Le Nouvelliste is a French-language daily newspaper printed in Port-au-Prince, Haiti and distributed throughout the country, particularly the capital and 18 of the country’s major cities.
The paper was founded in 1898 by Guillaume Chéraquit originally under the name “Le Matin” to become Le Nouvelliste fifteen months later. Printing was trusted to Chéraquit’s friend Henri Chauvet. Today Le Nouvelliste is Haiti’s oldest and largest daily newspaper.
Le Nouvelliste has resumed daily publication three months after the January 12 earthquake, Haiti’s oldest newspaper.
In the last few weeks, Le Nouvelliste’s circulation has increased to 10,000, compared to a pre-earthquake distribution of 14,000. Max Chauvet says that online readership also is up sharply, which suggests that Le Nouvelliste’s reach is spreading.
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Le Nouvelliste, le plus ancien quotidien d’Haiti, offre chaque jour les grands points de lactualite politique, culturelle, sociale, economique, sportive, etc.
Le Nouvelliste, the oldest Haitian daily newspaper offers daily objective news on Haiti