Luxemburger Wort is a German-language Luxembourgish daily newspaper. There is an English edition named the Luxembourg Times.
Tageblatt is a German language Luxembourgish daily newspaper published in Esch-sur-Alzette by Editpress.
Le Quotidien is a French-language daily newspaper produced in Luxembourg's Esch-sur-Alzette. The French language daily Le Quotidien was founded in November 2001.
The Ltzebuerger Journal is a Luxembourg-based internet journal. Until January 1, 2021, it was a daily newspaper published six times a week. Daniel Nepgen, Lynn Warken, and Melody Hansen are the current editors of the online magazine.
The Greens started the publication as GréngeSpoun in 1988. It was renamed Woxx and granted independence in 2000, yet its editorials continue to promote the Greens. The weekly is published every Friday in all three official languages of Luxembourg: French, German, and Luxembourgish.
The Communist Party of Luxembourg publishes the journal Zeitung vum Ltzebuerger Vollek in Luxembourg. The Zeitung vum Ltzebuerger Vollek was founded in 1946. The Communist Party of Luxembourg owns the daily, which is published in German.
L'essentiel is a free daily francophone newspaper published in Luxembourg. L'essentiel was founded in 2007 and is only available in French. Edita SA, a joint venture between Switzerland's Tamedia and Luxembourg's Editpress, publishes it.
Privat is a German languaged News- and Online-Paper, Web-Radio and -TV in Luxembourg. It is published by the Groupe Nicolas group.
d'Lëtzebuerger Land is a weekly newspaper published in Luxembourg. It is in German, French and Luxembourgish. d'Ltzebuerger Land was founded in 1954. A group of financiers served as the company's founders. In 2009, the publication got an annual state press subsidy of €259,954. d'Ltzebuerger Land had a circulation of 7,000 copies in 2004.