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|Type||Free daily newspaper|
|Owner(s)||Express-Zeitung AG (jointly owned by Tamedia (majority holding) and Berner Zeitung (17.5%))|
|Sister newspapers||20 minutes (French-language edition)|
|Website||20min.ch (in German)|
20 Minuten (English: 20 Minutes, said Twenty Minutes) is a free daily newspaper in Switzerland.
History and profile
20 Minuten is distributed to commuters at over 150 train stations across the country. Since September 2004 the German-language edition has been the most widely read daily newspaper in Switzerland, surpassing Blick. The audited distribution in 2004 was 329,242 (WEMF AG) and it had a readership of an estimated 782,000. In 2010 its circulation was 494,368 copies, making it the most read daily paper in the country.
- Cyril Jost (4 February 2011). "The challenges confronting the Swiss press". InaGlobal. Retrieved 23 December 2014.
Media related to 20 min at Wikimedia Commons
- Official website (in German), the newspaper's official website
- 20 Minuten (in German), profile of the newspaper on the website of Tamedia (Archived May 19, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.)
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