A newspaper is a journal publication
containing news concerning existing
events, informative articles, diverse
features, editorials, and advertising. It usually
is printed on relatively inexpensive, low-grade
paper such as newsprint.
Size shape and structure
• By 2007, there were 6,580 daily newspapers in the
world selling 395 million copies a day. The late
2000s-early 2010s global recession, combined with
the rapid growth of web-based
alternatives, caused a serious decline in advertising
and circulation, as many papers closed or sharply
Bulletin Online
The Daily Telegraph
London Evening Standard
These newspaper are paid for.
Edgware & Mill Hill Times
South London Press
Newspapers that are free.
Stratford & Newham Express
Camden New Journal
Brent & Wembley Leader
International Newspapers in English
LiveStation - Streaming news
Front Pages from Around the World
Worldcrunch - Translated articles
Australia more The Australian Sydney M.H.
ABC | Age
Canada more Toronto Sun Globe & Mail
Ireland more Irish Times Irish Indep
New Zealand more NZ Herald Otago Times
USA more N.Y. Times Wash Post
LA Times NPR
Chicago Trib Phily Inq
Examples of companies in
• Camden news journal-The Camden New Journal is
a free, independent newspaper that covers the
London Borough of Camden. It was born out of a
strike in the 1980s supported by campaigning
journalist Paul Foot, Holborn and St Pancras MP
Frank Dobson and the paper's editor Eric Gordon. It
carries significant influence locally due to its high
news content, investigations and high readership.
• It was named Free Newspaper of The Year at the
Press Gazette's national industry awards in 2001,
2003, 2005 and 2010. It was nominated in 2002 and
Examples of companies in
• Daily mail-The Daily Mail is a British daily middlemarket tabloid newspaper owned by the Daily Mail
and General Trust.
• Daily express- The Daily Express is a daily national
middle market tabloid newspaper in the United
Kingdom. It is the flagship title of Express
Newspapers, a subsidiary of Northern & Shell (itself
wholly owned by Richard Desmond).
What’s been the impact of
• The press are worried because people are not
buying newspaper and are going online and
getting all the information, this bad as they people
are getting all the information for free and not
buying the newspaper, leading the press loosing
Linked to industries
• The press is linked to photography and photo
imaging, most newspapers have pictures on their
adverts and most newspaper article have pictures
to support their evidence.
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