the Evening is a Quotidien Belgian general practitioner in French language. He wants to be progressist and independent. Since the November 15th 2005, it appears with the Berliner Format and on three books.
Reaffirmed at the time of the exit of the new formula, the November 15th 2005, the leading line of the Soir poses it as a " daily newspaper progressist indépendant". He wants to be, according to his editor association, Béatrice Delvaux, " contrepouvoir" , " with listening, in phase with the société" , " popular, in opposition to a daily newspaper of the establishment".
" The Evening will not be a soft belly, writes it. It will carry out engagements and will be sharp, with the publication each day of a page giving its opinion, resting on a spinal column: savage continuation of progress. The Evening is progressist. Resolutely, deeply, irresistibly. Partisan… of the social progress, political, economic, savagely attached to the will to make move the company towards an ideal corresponding to the values of the journal".
" One Evening of combat for the human rights and the woman, the respect of human dignity, freedom of expression, the tolerance, the multiculturality, the différence".
" Soir" wants to be neither of right-hand side nor of left: " We must on the contrary refuse all the political labels which corsètent, embrigadent, put blinkers, create taboos. There can be conservatism on the left and progress on the right: it is our capacity to recognize it if necessary, while following the only screen of our values, which will enable us to be extremely free in our work, to be right in our talks of the facts and our analyzes, of credible beings because nonpledged to organizations (...) or the men and the women who them composent".
" It is moments that it is necessary to mark of a cross, because history made there on line ". Thus starts the leading article of Béatrice Delvaux of the Monday, September 3, 2007 entitled " Separation: the word is not any more tabou". Editor association continues by noting " major divergences between North and South (...) which make logical the question of knowing if one would not be better séparé". There is no doubt that this leading article will make date in the history of the Evening.
The headings of this daily newspaper are:
- the One
- Key period
- Areas (five editions: Brussels, the Walloon Brabant, Liege, Hainaut and Namur-Luxembourg)
- Le Monde
- Sciences & Health
- Leading Forum
- and the actor
- Sports (larger Monday)
- Small Gazette
- Swarado (Tuesday)
- Mad (Wednesday)
- Immo (Thursday)
- the Books (Friday)
- References, Zap and Victoire (saturdays)
ShareholdingThe daily newspaper the Evening is published by SA Rossel & Co, held by the three children of fire Robert Hurbain (1929-2001), heir to the Rossel family. They have each one a share of the security company via three companies bound by cross participations:
- Auxiliary SA Rossel, whose Patrick Hurbain is the managing director;
- SA Rossel-Hurbain, whose Christine Going-Hurbain is the managing director;
- SA Company of Rossel-Hurbain Participations, whose Nathalie Hurbain is the managing director.
- Patrick Hurbain;
- Bernard Going, managing director;
- Claude Samain (representing SA of Rossel-Hurbain Participations);
- Christine Hurbain (representing SA Rossel-Hurbain);
- Yves de Chaisemartin (independent);
- Paul Callebaut (owner of free of the group);
- Alfred Küchenberg (owner of the German-speaking daily newspaper " Grenz-Echo").
- 1887: foundation
- December 17th 1887: First edition
- February 22nd 1975: the drafting is constituted in association in fact, the General meeting of the professional journalists of Evening (AGJPS).
- June 3rd 1983: the drafting obtains a company of the writers, the non-profit-making association " Company of the professional Journalists of Soir" (SJPS), which concerns " safeguard and the promotion of the professional, moral, intellectual interests and materials of its members as a journalistes" . Colette Braeckman will be the first president; Rene Haquin the first vice-president.
- November 22nd 1989: following the entry of the group Harrowing in the shareholding of Rossel, the SJPS and the Rossel editor sign a convention which guarantees the independence of the drafting.
- December 7th 2001: following the arrival of Daniel Van Wylick with the direction, SA Rossel & Co, the SJPS, the AJP, SetCa and the SJPSM sign a new leading convention. The new text delimits competences of the " editor association of Soir" (Beatrice Delvaux) and of the " managing director responsible for the management of the draftings of Soir" (Daniel Van Wylick). Innovation, still: in the event of vacancy of the post of editor association, it is with the SJPS to propose a candidate (possibly external) with the Board of directors of Rossel.
- November 15th 2005: the Evening passes to the Berliner Format. It is printed, from now on, at Rossel Printing Company (RPC), in Nivelles, where the group invested 60 million euros.
- December 16th 2005: the shareholders name with the Board of directors of SA Rossel & Co a new independent administrator: Yves de Chaisemartin, ex-chairman of the Socpresse, adviser of Carlyle Europe, former president of the directory of the Barber, ex-chairman of France-Evening, general ex-director of Five. He is currently president of the directory of the group Altran, president of the Superior council of the Transport of Press, and administrator of Is republican, in Nancy.
Personalities related to the newspaper
- Bernard Going, managing director of Rossel & Co
- Patrick Hurbain, president de Rossel & Co
- Yves de Chaisemartin, administrator of Rossel & Co since December 16th, 2005
- Daniel Van Wylick, managing director of the draftings of the Evening
- Beatrice Delvaux, editor association of the Evening
- Luc Delfosse, editor association assistant
- Colette Braeckman, international reporter
- Rene Haquin, to defer and specialist in the great criminal cases in Belgium since the Years 1980.
- Luc Honor, critical cinema
- Horn, caricaturist
- Pierre Kroll, caricaturist
- Philippe Geluck, draftsman
- Guy Duplat, former editor association
- Pierre Lefevre, former editor association
- Yvon All Saints' day, former director-writer as a chief, currently chronicler
- Thierry Coljon, person in charge of the department of the nontraditional musics.
- paying Diffusion: 93.154 specimens (subscriptions and sales with the number), in the 3rd quarter 2006
- Assistantship: 554.400 daily readers in 2006 (22,8% of market shares in French-speaking Belgium)
- Effective: 133 paid journalists (at February 1st 2006), including 7 assigned to the " Evening in Ligne"
- the French-speaking press in Belgium
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- False Evening
- Official site
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