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List of newspapers in France

Below is a list of newspapers in France.
Evolution in circulation, 1999-2011

National

French newspapers[1]
Newspaper Frequency Political alignment Circulation Publisher/parent company Website
L'Express weekly center right 437,800 Socpresse http://www.lexpress.fr
L'Humanité daily communist/far-left 52,800 http://www.humanite.presse.fr/
La Croix daily center-left/catholic 104,901 Groupe Bayard Presse http://www.la-croix.com/
Le Canard enchaîné weekly satirical 420,300 Les Editions Marechal/Le Canard Enchaine http://www.lecanardenchaine.fr/
Le Figaro daily right 321,500 Socpresse http://www.lefigaro.fr/
Le Monde daily center-left 314,000 Le Monde SA http://www.lemonde.fr
Le Nouvel Observateur weekly center-left 511,900 Le Nouvel Observateur http://tempsreel.nouvelobs.com
Libération daily left 134,800 http://www.liberation.fr/

Daily

Weekly

Monthly

Other

Regional

Former newspapers

English-language newspapers

See also

References

  1. ^ "The press in France". BBC. 11 November 2006. Retrieved 22 November 2014. 

External links

  • (English) Regular French Press Review - Radio France International
  • Brander Mathews, “Notes on Parisian Newspapers,” The Century 35 (December 1, 1887): 200-12.
  • “The daily press in France,” compared to the press in the UK, on About-France.com .
  • English translations of articles from French newspapers at nonprofit WorldMeets.US
  • “Le Guide Presse : french press directory,” index all French newspapers and magazines.
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