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List of newspapers in France

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Below is a list of newspapers in France.

National

Daily

Online newspapers
Free newspapers

Weekly

Monthly

Every four years

English-language

Regional

Daily

Weekly

Biweekly

Monthly

Bimonthly

Quarterly

  • L'Anjou
  • La Galipote (Auvergne)
  • Le Berry
  • Le Journal de la Sologne (Centre-Val de Loire)
  • Les Saisons d'Alsace (Alsace)
  • Le Magazine de la Touraine
  • Massif Central (newspaper)
  • Patrimoine normand (Normandy)
  • Xaintonge, le jhornau des Charentais

Former newspapers

German-language

  • Pariser Tageblatt [de], 1933-1936 (German-language daily for German exiles in France)[1]
  • Pariser Tageszeitung (see Pariser Tageblatt [de]), 1936-1940 (Anti-Hitler daily for expatriates)[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Pariser Tageblatt : le quotidien de Paris en langue allemande". Deutsche National Bibliothek (DNB) (in German). Retrieved 28 March 2018.
  2. ^ "Pariser Tagezeitung, Quotidien Anti-Hitlerien à Paris". Deutsche National Bibliothek (DNB) (in German). Retrieved 28 March 2018.

Further reading

  • Blackburn, George M. "Paris Newspapers and the American Civil War." Illinois Historical Journal (1991): 177–193. in JSTOR
  • Censer, Jack Richard. Press and politics in pre-revolutionary France (Univ of California Press, 1987)
  • Chalaby, Jean K. "Twenty years of contrast: The French and British press during the inter-war period." European Journal of Sociology 37.01 (1996): 143–159. 1919-39
  • Collins, Irene. The government and the newspaper press in France, 1814-1881 (Oxford University Press, 1959)
  • Collins, Ross F., and E. M. Palmegiano, eds. The Rise of Western Journalism 1815-1914: Essays on the Press in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Great Britain and the United States (2007), Chapter on France by Ross Collins
  • Cragin, Thomas J. "The Failings of Popular News Censorship in Nineteenth-Century France." Book History 4.1 (2001): 49–80. online
  • Edelstein, Melvin. "La Feuille villageoise, the Revolutionary Press, and the Question of Rural Political Participation." French Historical Studies (1971): 175–203. in JSTOR
  • Eisendrath, Charles R. "Politics and Journalism--French Connection." Columbia Journalism Review 18.1 (1979): 58-61
  • Freiberg, J. W. The French press: class, state, and ideology (Praeger Publishers, 1981)
  • Goldstein, Robert Justin. "Fighting French Censorship, 1815-1881." French Review (1998): 785–796. in JSTOR
  • Gough, Hugh. The newspaper press in the French Revolution (Taylor & Francis, 1988)
  • Isser, Natalie. The Second Empire and the Press: A Study of Government-Inspired Brochures on French Foreign Policy in Their Propaganda Milieu (Springer, 1974)
  • Kerr, David S. Caricature and French Political Culture 1830-1848: Charles Philipon and the Illustrated Press (Oxford University Press, 2000)
  • Thogmartin, Clyde. The national daily press of France (Birmingham Alabama: Summa Publications, Inc., 1998), 370pp
  • Trinkle, Dennis A. The Napoleonic press: the public sphere and oppositionary journalism (Edwin Mellen Pr, 2002)
  • Weigle, Clifford. "The Paris Press from 1920 to 1940" Journalism Quarterly (1941) 18: 376–84.
  • Weigle, Clifford. "The Rise and Fall of the Havas News Agency" Journalism Quarterly (1942) 19:277-86
  • Williams, Roger Lawrence. Henri Rochefort, prince of the gutter press (Scribner, 1966)
  • Zerner, Elisabeth H. "Rumors in Paris Newspapers," Public Opinion Quarterly (1946) 10#3 pp. 382–391 in JSTOR In summer 1945

External links

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