The French newspaper that makes money with no adverts


Le Canard Enchainé, created 100 years ago, sells 400,000 copies a week and is profitable despite having no adverts and just a basic website.

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When a political scandal explodes in France, there's a good chance it's Wednesday. That's the day satirical newspaper Le Canard Enchainé hits newsstands, reports NPR.