L'Express (Neuchâtel)

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L'Express
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Type Daily newspaper
Founded 1738
Language French
Headquarters Neuchâtel and Geneva, Switzerland
Circulation 25,115 (2005)
Sister newspapers L'Impartial (English: The Impartial)
ISSN 1660-7457
OCLC number 500918212
Website lexpress.ch (in French)

L'Express (literally "The Express") is a Swiss regional French-language daily newspaper, published in Neuchâtel.

Founded in 1738 as the Feuille d'avis de Neuchatel, it is the oldest still-published French-language newspaper in the world.[1]

The newspaper is published by Société Neuchâteloise de Presse SA, which also publishes the French-language, daily newspaper L'Impartial (English: The Impartial) in La Chaux-de-Fonds. Since 2003, the newspaper is part of Hersant's France Antilles group.[clarification needed]

Covering international, national and local issues, including local exhibitions, it is available online in both PDF format (for a fee of 3 CHF for 24 hours) and as web articles (available free on the day of publication), in addition to the printed edition. The newspaper's circulation was 25,115 in 2005.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ "Fusion et restructuration en vue pour les journaux neuchâtelois". Le Temps (in French). 2017-08-18. Retrieved 2017-08-19. 

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