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  • Le Monde launches a digital morning newspaper
  • Le Monde launches a digital morning newspaper
    Steve Rhodes (2010) ©

Le Monde launches a digital morning newspaper

The way we read news has irreversibly changed. News outlets are expected to have real time coverage, while presenting it in fresh and accessible ways. Bucking seven decades of tradition as a daily afternoon broadsheet, French newspaper Le Monde is now offering a mobile-only morning publication.



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