Heir to the Feuille d'avis de Lausanne, a paper founded in 1762 that went daily in 1872, 24 Heures accords pride of place to international coverage and special reports. Thanks to this formula, the Lausanne daily has the widest circulation in the French-speaking Swiss press. 24 Heures puts out four different editions. It shares some articles with the Geneva-based La Tribune, another Edipresse Group publication. Its website offers a wide array of services for the Lausanne region as well as in-depth reports and breaking news bulletins.