Founded in 1762 as the "Feuille d'avis de Lausanne", 24 heures has now grown into the largest media title for the canton of Vaud. Every day, journalists from the central editorial office in Lausanne and the regional editorial teams throughout the canton provide comprehensive, independent and committed coverage of politics, business and society, in six print editions per week as well as a digital version available round the clock. 24 heures offers guidance and information in the action-packed, dynamic region between Lake Geneva and the Jura mountains. Intensive dialogue with readers is a key factor that helps 24 heures to keep in touch with the latest trends. The publisher of 24 heures is Tamedia. The national media house operates in the German- and French-speaking regions of Switzerland, and it includes the country's leading editorial network.