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Thurgauer Zeitung is a Swiss German daily newspaper published in Frauenfeld, Switzerland. It is one of the oldest newspapers still in circulation.
Thurgauer Zeitung was established in 1798.The original publisher of the paper was Thurgauer Medien AG. Tamedia became the owner of the daily in October 2005. It was owned by the company until April 2010 when it was sold to FPH Freie Presse Holding AG, a subsidiary of NZZ-Media Group. Until that date the paper was published by Huber & Co. AG, a subsidiary of Tamedia.
Thurgauer Zeitung serves for the canton of Thurgauand has its headquarters in Frauenfeld. The paper is part of Newsnet, a platform of daily newspapers in Switzerland.
In 1997 Thurgauer Zeitung had a circulation of 31,879 copies.
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