<ul><li>Telegraph website launched in 1994 at Canary Wharf, London – was known as Electronic Telegraph, now known as www.telegraph.co.uk
2006 website saw first stage of major redesign of website.
Web hits: 18.6 million a month! </li></ul>Head Quarters: 111 Buckingham Palace Road, London Circulation Numbers: 842,912 Format: Broadsheet Political Alignment: Right Centre of Conservative Main Editor: John Bryant 2007-present. Price:
<ul><li>The Daily Telegraph is a morning broadsheet newspaper that is distributed throughout the UK.
Newspaper was founded by Colonel Arthur B. Sleigh in 1855.
Has the ninth largest daily UK newspaper circulation and is the country’s “other paper of record”
In January 2009, the Telegraph was the highest selling British “quality” paper with a certified average daily circulation of 842,912
The Telegraph is owned by the Telegraph Media Group </li></ul>http://www.linkedin.com/companies/telegraph-media-group <ul><li>Online subscription </li></ul><ul><li>http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sponsored/3121158/Subscribe-and-save.html </li></ul>
Head Quarters: 10 Lower Thames Street, London Circulation Numbers: 728,296 Format: Tabloid Political Alignment: Conservative Main Editor: Peter Hill (2003-present) Price: Website: www.express.co.uk Website was launched in….. Receives around 200,000 hits a day Online Editor: Geoff Marsh
<ul><li>Daily Express is a conservative, British tabloid newspaper that is sold daily.
It is a middle-market title and is currently owned by Richard Desmond
Was founded in 1900 by Cyril Arthur Pearson. After losing his sight he sold the title to Lord Beaverbrook in 1916.
First newspaper to carry gossip, sports, women’s features and the first newspaper in Britain to have a crossword! </li></ul>
Comparison Ease of Access: Good! Toolbar on left hand side makes it easier to search. Interactivity: Videos – didn’t upload properly so couldn’t watch it. Lots of genres to choose from. Galleries – uploaded instantly can look at pictures rather quickly. No Audio, but did launch an Podcast in 2006 which can be listened to by iTunes. Subscription: None, but has a daily 'Really Simple Syndication‘ RSS newsfeed that is free. Colour Scheme: Plain – white background dark blue band at the top Has online crosswords and competitions www.express.co.uk
Ease of Access: Good – toolbar located at the top, lots of hyperlinks on the homepage leading to different articles. Interactivity: Videos –Video uploaded instantly. Mainly all to do with latest news updates, toolbar underneath the main toolbar that lead to other news stories ie: “Celebrities” No Audio, but has got a podcast with iTunes. Had no “Gallery” tab, search into toolbar gave a list of links to what pictures I wanted to look at. Ie: Sports/football matches, Health and Travel. Subscription: Pay £5.90 per week which saves you 25% on full cover price. Has a range of payment options to suit you pay £153.40 in advance for a 26 week subscription, saving £54.60 pay £306.80 in advance for a 52 week subscription, saving £109.20 take out a continuous subscription by Direct Debit with a range of flexible payment options. Also has RSS feeds with a huge choice of topics you wish to receive. Colour Scheme: White background, navy colour toolbar, dark grey text. Has online games such as Crosswords and Sudoku <ul><li>www.telegraph.co.uk </li></ul>