The Neue Zürcher Zeitung is a Swiss German-language daily newspaper produced in Zürich by the NZZ Mediengruppe. The newspaper was established in 1780. It was defined as a high-quality daily, the Swiss newspaper of record, and a source of objective and detailed coverage on international affairs.
Le Temps is a Swiss French-language daily newspaper produced in Lausanne in Berliner format by Le Temps SA, and it is Switzerland's sole nationwide French-language non-specialised daily newspaper. It has been owned by the non-profit organisation Aventinus since 2020.
Tamedia's 24 heures is a Swiss regional Swiss-French-language daily newspaper published in Lausanne, Vaud. It is the world's oldest continuously published newspaper, having been founded in 1762 as a collection of notices and governmental correspondence.
Basler Zeitung, abbreviated as BaZ, is a Swiss German-language regional daily newspaper published in Basel. The Basler Zeitung was formed in 1977 by the amalgamation of the Basler Nachrichten and the National-Zeitung. The paper's headquarters are in Basel and the canton of Basel.
Aargauer Zeitung is a daily newspaper produced in Aarau, Aargau, Switzerland by AZ Medien Gruppe. Aagauer Zeitung was formed in 1996 by the amalgamation of the newspapers Aargauer Tagblatt and Badener Tagblatt. The newspaper is edited in Aarau and Baden, both in Aargau.
St. Galler Tagblatt, abbreviated to Tagblatt, is a daily German-language newspaper published in St. Gallen, Switzerland. The newspaper initially appeared in 1789 under the title Tagblatt der Stadt St. Gallen. It was given its current name in 1910. The paper is owned by NZZ Mediengruppe, the parent company of Neue Zürcher Zeitung, which owns 70% of St. Galler Tagblatt AG.
The Handelszeitung is a weekly German-language newspaper published in Switzerland. The paper was founded in 1861 and is Switzerland's oldest business newspaper. Axel Springer Schweiz AG owns the daily, which is published on Wednesdays and has a liberal political slant.
The Luzerner Zeitung (LZ) is a daily German-language newspaper published in Lucerne, Switzerland. Luzerner Zeitung was founded in 1996 as a result of the amalgamation of Luzerner Zeitung (LZ) and Luzerner Neueste Nachrichten (LNN). The daily newspapers Luzerner Tagblatt and Vaterland have been superseded by the Luzerner Zeitung (1991–1996).
Der Bund is a daily German-language newspaper published in Bern, Switzerland. It was one of Switzerland's main quality newspapers for much of the 19th and 20th centuries, having been founded in 1850 and linked with the cause of liberalism.