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Ouest-France Newspaper Information
Ouest-France ("West-France") is a provincial daily French newspaper known for its emphasis on local news and events. The paper is produced in 47 different editions covering events in different French départments within the régions of Brittany, Lower Normandy and Pays de la Loire. Its readership has been unaffected by the decline of newspaper reading in France, unlike most other dailies. With 2.5 million daily readers (and a circulation of almost 800 000 units), it is the most read Francophone newspaper in the world.
Ouest-France was founded in 1944, by Adolphe Le Goaziou and others following the closure of Ouest-Éclair, which was banned by Liberation forces for collaborationism during the war. It is based in Rennes and Nantes and has a circulation about 792,400 (greater than any French national daily newspaper), mostly in Brittany.
Ouest-France Newspaper Details
Ouest-France Publisher :Groupe Ouest-France
Ouest-France Language : French
Ouest-France Newspaper URL :http://www.ouest-france.fr/
Ouest-France newspaper published from :Rennes