Do you want to take advantage of the print advertising network in Algeria? Then you’ve come to the right place. Empire can help place your advertisement in the best national and local publications to ensure great reach and high recall from the Algerian readers. Print advertising in Algeria is a tried and tested method for brand exposure that remains effective in a sound media mix today.
With a mix of broad mass and a range of highly niche publications, Empire is able to offer print ad campaigns that are specific to your needs and guaranteed to reach your target audience.
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Liberte is a French daily newspapers offering its readers a selection of the best of the foreign press, translated into French.
The contents of the newspaper and its website come from more than 1,500 sources around the world. It covers political, economic, societal and cultural topics, and keeping abreast of new trends.
Le Soir d’Algerie is a generalist daily newspaper dealing with politics as well as leisure, sports, economics and international affairs.
Among the highlights of the newspaper include a page devoted to computing and new technologies, a page hosted by Hayet Ben dedicated to cooking, beauty tips etc and a weekly page dedicated to retirees and retirement related issues.
El Moudjahid is an Algerian French-language, politically-focused newspaper. It was founded during the Algerian War to inform FLN resistance fighters, and after independence it became the newspaper of the single-party FLN government.
Since the FLN was voted out of power in 1991, the newspaper is no longer affiliated with that party
El Massa was started in 1985 as the first Algerian newspaper to be published in an evening edition.
The paper is published by and supportive of the Algerian government.
El Massa has been established for the media openness that Algeria has known since the beginning of the 1990s, and many of its members have played a leading role in the national media arena.
El Khabar is a daily newspaper in Algeria published seven days a week in the tabloid format. It is one of the most widely read Algerian newspapers.
El-Khabar has succeeded in setting up their own printer and an independent distribution network.
The newspaper is liberal and independent and provides in-depth coverage of national, regional, and international news. The paper is also known for its excellent caricatures, often with biting satire.