Le Quotidien Jurassien

Le Quotidien Jurassien is a Swiss French language regional daily newspaper published in the Jura canton, Switzerland.

History and profile

Le Quotidien Jurassien was founded in 1993 following the merger of the newspapers Le Pays and Le Démocrate.[1][2] The paper is based in Delémont and published by Editions D+P SA.[1][3][4]

In 1997 Le Quotidien Jurassien had a circulation of 24,821 copies.[5] In the first half of 2008 the paper had a readership of 48,000 and it was 44,000 in the second half.[6]


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