A newspaper is a periodical
publication containing news regarding
current events, informative articles,
diverse features, editorials, and
advertising. It usually is printed on
relatively inexpensive, low-grade paper
such as newsprint.
2. 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 retrenched operations.
3. National broadsheet newspapers.
• The Sunday Times
• The Daily Telegraph
4. National tabloid newspapers
• The sun newspaper was founded around 19064,
its published in the UK and Irelands also it’s
published by news group division. The owners are
• The Daily Mail is a British daily middle-
market tabloid newspaper owned by the Daily
Mail and General Trust, it was First published in
1896 by Lord Northcliffe. Daily mail is United
Kingdom's second biggest-selling daily newspaper
after The Sun.
Here are the news papers that are
Camden New Journal
The Camden New Journal is a free, independent newspaper
that covers the London Borough of Camden. It came out
around the 1980s supported by campaigning journalist Paul
Foot, Holborn and St Pancras MP Frank Dobson and the
paper's editor Eric Gordon.
Trinity Mirror plc is a large British newspaper and
magazine publisher. It is Britain's biggest
newspaper group. Its owned by by Alfred
Harmsworth, The company was first listed on
the London Stock Exchange on 2 December
• Paid for news papers
• Metro is a free tabloid newspaper available in parts of the
United Kingdom and published by DMG Media. The paper
was found in London in 1999.
• The Croydon Advertiser (with locally branded editions) is a
weekly newspaper covering the London Borough of
Croydon, South London, and surrounding areas. It is the third-
highest selling paid-for weekly paper in London. The Croydon
newspaper was founded by Jesse Ward in 1869.
• International Newspapers in English
• CNN Reuters
• 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
• Denver Post
8. What other industries is the press
• The press is linked to photography and photo
imaging, most newspapers have pictures on
their covers or their adverts and most stories
have pictures to support their evidence. That’s
when advertising industry comes in to it
because the newspapers have adverts and
they advertise many different brands in the
9. Impact of technology
• The press is worried because people are not
buying news papers and are going online to get
all the information they need and don’t have to
pay for it. There are many apps that you could get
for free which delivers almost immediately, some
news paper's started to charge for their online
content such as The Sun, is to start charging for
its online content in the second half of 2013 as
part of a radical shift in thinking about readers
getting its journalism for free.