Le Soir is a French-language daily newspaper published in Belgium. Emile Rossel founded it in 1887 as a politically neutral source of news. It is one of Belgium's most popular Francophone newspapers, competing with La Libre Belgique, and has been published in Berliner format since 2005.
De Standaard is a Flemish daily newspaper produced by Mediahuis in Belgium. It was traditionally a Christian-Democratic newspaper, affiliated with the Christian-Democratic and Flemish Party, and competing with the Socialist Flemish daily De Morgen.
Het Laatste Nieuws is an Antwerp, Belgium-based Dutch-language newspaper. Julius Hoste Sr. created it on June 7, 1888. It is presently owned by DPG Media and is the most widely circulated daily in Flanders and Belgium.
This is an article about the newspaper. See Cyclo-cross Gazet van Antwerpen for the newspaper-sponsored cyclo-cross race. The Gazet van Antwerpen (Antwerp Gazette, widely known as De Frut, "sour head cheese") is a Belgian newspaper published by Concentra in Antwerp and Flanders.
Het Belang van Limburg (Dutch; meaning The Interest of Limburg) is a provincial newspaper in Belgium published in Dutch. Het Belang van Limburg was created in 1933 as the result of the amalgamation of numerous weekly periodicals. Concentra owns and publishes the periodical. It is published in the same tabloid style as its sister publication Gazet van Antwerpen.
La Libre Belgique, now known as La Libre, is a significant daily newspaper in Belgium. It is one of the country's major French language newspapers, along with Le Soir, and is popular in Brussels and Wallonia.
De Tijd is a Belgian newspaper specializing in business and economics. Since May 2009, it has been printed on salmon pink paper, following in the footsteps of peers such as the Financial Times, Het Financieele Dagblad, FT Deutschland, and many more.
La Capitale is a Belgian daily regional newspaper, specializing in the region around Brussels and published in French. It is part of the Sud Presse group. The paper is published by Rossel & CIE S.A. and is based in Brussels.
La Meuse debuted in 1856. The Rossel group, which also owns Le Soir and La Lanterne, owns the paper, which has its headquarters in Liège. Rossel et Cie S.A. publishes La Meuse in tabloid style. Olympe Gilbart is the magazine's editor-in-chief.