The Short story writer (Haiti)
the Short story writer , founded in 1898, is oldest Quotidien of Haiti.
The Short story writer is a newspaper of French language published with Port-au-Prince.
The Short story writer the oldest daily newspaper of Haiti, definitively returned in the Haitian practices and had the appearance of a national heritage as a social institution. Daily newspaper of subscription, the Short story writer circulates through the country, with the capital particularly and in 18 of the main cities of province.
The Short story writer has a pulling of 18.000 specimens for an assistantship of more than 100.000 people. Indeed, each Short story writer shares, passes with hand in hand, with each edition, within the same hearth, of the same office, of a library, centers of reading of certain cultural institutions.
The Short story writer is defined as a political daily newspaper of general information in what it takes part in the training of the citizen, directs the public debates and is interested in all the fields of the company: policy, health, education, economy, sport, culture.
Since his foundation, the Short story writer wanted to be a newspaper moderated, of liberal and independent tendency. The successive directions of the Short story writer always privileged without disabling the vocation first institution: a center newspaper.
In 1898, Guillaume Chéraquit undertakes for the third time of launching a daily newspaper of information and advertisements to Port-au-Prince. He founds " Matin" who becomes fifteen months later " Nouvelliste".
The first number of " Matin" the ancestor of " Nouvelliste" , on May 2nd, 1898 appears. Chéraquit entrusts the impression of " Matin" with the presses of his/her friend Henri Chauvet, deputy of Port-au-Prince and man of letters.
August 28th, 1899, Guillaume Chéraquit becomes the director-owner. The former deputy Henri Chauvet occupies the post of editor association.
In 1909, Chauvet changes statute and becomes associated. The printer Henri Chauvet, jovial fellow and playwright, buy " later; Nouvelliste" in the name of his/her son Ernest Georges Chauvet.
January 11th, 1919, Henri Chauvet leaves the direction of the newspaper and the procuration of his printing works to his son Ernest Georges Chauvet. Ernest Georges Chauvet, former student in journalism in the United States of America (the USA) of Brooklyn Darley Eagle is director-writer as a chief. The two functions, for clean reasons at the time, are cumulated.
In 1937, Ernest Georges Chauvet is named minister from Haiti to London and Frederic Duvigneaud, Secretary of State of the Interior. Max Duval and Kléber Georges Jacob, an ethnologist and a man of letters informed, are respectively editor association and administrator to continue the adventure.
In 1942, Ernest Georges Chauvet takes again his station of director-owner, Pierre Chauvet is administrator and Louis Garoute, editor association. This last will leave the place to Rumanian Michel.
In 1952, shining, stuffed experiment, considered for its direction of work well done and its legendary discretion, Lucien Went up, directing at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs, is named editor association.
In 1953, Leon Laleau of Haiti-Newspaper returns as director of the daily newspaper with the sympathetic nerve max Chauvet father.
In 1958, wild in the adversity and shingling in the irony, Ernest Georges Chauvet dies in a hospital of New York.
In 1969, max Chauvet, Director-Administrator, on August 7th, 1969. With his death, editor association since nearly twenty years, Lucien Montas is named director-writer as a chief, to maintain the flame of this great dream, in these terrible times of the reign of Doctor François Duvalier, Papa Doc.
The widow of max Chauvet, Jeanine Théard Chauvet, is named administrator. It is the time of Aubelin Jolicoeur, Laurore Saint-Just, Gerson Alexis, Gerard Jolibois, Antoine L. Jean. Freedom of the press moves back, the time of the audacities and of the opposition finishes, but the newspaper preserves its readers by informing them of sound better. An adjective by-there, a punctuation by-Ci, the tone are given.
With a spirit and an exceptional rigor, Jeanine Chauvet, administrator of the Short story writer, pass the hand to his/her son, max E. returned Chauvet from abroad where he studied.
In 1983, the Short story writer changes look. Finished the large sheets, the format tabloïd is more economic and a new pagination is set up.
January 2nd, 1993, man of measurement and straightness, Lucien Montas dies of an heart attack in his armchair in front of his television set. Discreetly, as he lived, i.e. without disturbing anybody, he from goes away. " Nouvelliste" max E. Chauvet-Carlo A. Désinor emerges then: a manner of being and of conceiving very modern. Many journalists with the sure talent integrate the room of the news in company of an old, but valorous personnel
In May 1998, the Short story writer celebrates his centenary. The daily newspaper is found with numbers 198-200 of the street of the Center at Port-au-Prince. The first experiments of use of the color in the newspaper are tried after a significant modernization of the presses.
In 2006, opening of Internet site of the oldest daily newspaper of Haiti.
- Official site
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