The Press and Pluralism Fund, established by French newspaper publishers, has contributed €250,000 ($300,000) to keep the magazine running. The other half of the funding is to be provided by the Digital Press Innovation Fund, financed by US corporation Google, the Independent reported on Thursday.
"They wanted to kill Charlie. Not only they will not succeed, but we want Charlie Hebdo emerge stronger from this tragedy," Francis Morel, CEO of the French newspaper group Les Echos said, addressing journalists in front of the magazine's headquarters.
The Wednesday attack by alleged Islamic extremists on Charlie Hebdo claimed the lives of 12 people and injured a further 11.
Thursday was a day of national mourning in France. Flags on French state buildings are being flown at half-mast today and will continue to do so for two more days.