Tunis — With the introduction of Internet versions of Arabic language dailies "Alchourouk" and "Essahafa" and French language daily "Le Quotidien", the majority of Tunisian dailies are today accessible online. Two private newspaprers, mass circulation "Alchourouk" and its sister-publication "Le Quotidien" launched today their respective websites www. Last week, Arabic language daily "Essahafa" started its online version of the newspaper under www. Five other dailies are already accessible online. French language "La Presse" considered Tunisia's newspaper of record whose website, www. Other newspapers include "Le Renouveau" www.

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Tunis — Seemingly spurred by peer competition between media publishing groups, Tunisian newspaper online versions have blossomed this spring season. Two private newspapers, mass circulation "Alchourouk" and its sister-publication "Le Quotidien" launched last April their respective websites www.

These two newspapers are published by "Dar Al Anouar", a private media group which intends to put out online versions of its other publications soon. By mid-April, Arabic language daily "Essahafa" started its online version of the newspaper under www. Five other dailies have been accessible online for a while. Amongst them is French language "La Presse," considered Tunisia's newspaper of record.

The latter's website, www. Other newspapers online include "Le Renouveau" www. A number of weeklies can also be consulted online. These include the independent French-language newspaper "TunisHebdo" www. Arabic daily "Assabah" www. A particularly interesting experience is intellectual online magazine www. There are today Tunisian newspapers and magazines, compared to 91 in The overwhelming majority of these publications are privately-owned and editorially-independent.

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