Ici Paris

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Ici Paris is a French magazine, founded in 1941. The magazine is owned by Lagardère.[1] The publisher of the magazine, based in Paris, is Hachette Filipacchi Associes, SNC.[2] It is published on a weekly basis and covers articles on celebrity and entertainment news.[2] During World War II it was a journal of the resistance with editors such as Raymond Burgard, Émile Coornaert, Suzanne Feingold, Marietta Martin, Henri de Montfort and Paul Petit. In 1986 it had a circulation of 700,000 copies and in 2006, a more modest circulation of 405,000 copies.[3]

The magazine is also sold in Algeria and at the beginning of the 1970s it was one of the best-selling weeklies in the country.[4]

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  1. ^ "ici Paris". Lagardère. Retrieved 26 June 2016. 
  2. ^ a b "Factsheet. Ici Paris". Publicitas. Retrieved 26 June 2016. 
  3. ^ Hutchinson Encyclopedia 8th edition, 1988, p. 745
  4. ^ David Ottaway; Marina Ottaway (1970). Algeria: The Politics of a Socialist Revolution. University of California Press. p. 46. GGKEY:TN91X5AFRUD. Retrieved 26 June 2016.