Tribune de Genève

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Tribune de Genève
(English: Geneva Tribune)
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Type Daily newspaper
Format Berliner
Owner(s) Edipresse
Founder(s) James T. Bates
Editor Pierre Ruetschi
Founded 1 February 1879; 135 years ago (1879-02-01)
Language French
Headquarters 11, rue des Rois
CH-1204 Geneva, Switzerland
Circulation 56,333 (2009)
Sister newspapers 24 heures (English: 24 Hours)
ISSN 1010-2248
OCLC number 31882232
Website tdg.ch (in French)

The Tribune de Genève (English: Geneva Tribune), commonly nicknamed La Julie, is a Swiss French-language, regional daily newspaper, published in the Berliner format by Edipresse in Geneva.

History and operations[edit]

Tribune de Genève Airship

Tribune de Genève was first published by James T. Bates on 1 February 1879.[1] As its name iimplies the paper is headquartered in Geneva.[1]

It shares some of its content with 24 heures (English: 24 Hours), Edipresse's regional newspaper for the Canton of Vaud. The newspaper's online edition features some news in English.

The circulation of Tribune de Genève was 67,151 copies in 2006.[2] The newspaper had a circulation of 67,151 copies and a readership of 175,000 as of 2007.[3] In 2009 the circulation of the paper was 56,333 copies.[4]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "The press in Switzerland". BBC. 17 May 2004. Retrieved 17 January 2015. 
  2. ^ "Swiss newspaper market in flux". Swiss Review 5: 9. October 2007. Retrieved 4 December 2014. 
  3. ^ [dead link] "Description of the Tribune de Genève". Edipresse. Retrieved 31 January 2007.
  4. ^ Hugo Bigi (2012). Journalism Education Between Market Dependence and Social Responsibility: An Examination of Trainee Journalists. Haupt Verlag AG. p. 26. ISBN 978-3-258-07753-6. Retrieved 17 January 2015. 

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