St. Galler Tagblatt
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|Founded|| • 1839 (as Tagblatt der Stadt St. Gallen)
• 1910 (name changed to St. Galler Tagblatt)
|Headquarters||St. Gallen, Switzerland|
|Circulation||101,732 (as of 2007[update])|
History and profile
It was first published in 1839 as Tagblatt der Stadt St. Gallen. Its current name dates from 1910. The paper described itself as "bourgeois-liberal" with a tendency towards Liberal Democrats until the 1990s.
As of 2007[update], the newspaper had a circulation of 101,732.
- Jens Lucht; Linards Udris (October 2010). "Transformation of media structures and media content. A diachronic analysis of five Western European countries". NCCR Democracy. Working Paper No. 49. Retrieved 13 October 2013.
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