Has its own logo which appears incredibly British Almost regal font used for the logoAdvertisements used inbold, vibrant colours to grabattention – notice the topic of‘diets’ perhaps this newspaperis aimed more towardsfemales. Features celebrities, grabs attention ofAppeals to those with an celebrity followersinterest in politics for the mainstory. The Daily Mail appears to be a broadsheet newspaper, it refers to celebrities and sensationalist articles but is down to earth and gets its point across effectively and thoroughly.
Features an Corporate theme,attractive lady in classic font andher colour of redunderwear, eyecatching Alliteration is Exclusive close to a pun information only in the main at the Sun, headline singles the newspaper out from the rest The Sun is aFeatures news fromacross the globe, no tabloid newspaperadvertisements including senesationalist articles which are eyegrabbing.
Quirky pun on the Corporate theme, fonttitle, refers to ‘kung and colour red.fu fighting’ on thefuel strikes. Pun again with ‘Totally axed’ referring to the BBC Free deals, pulling the plug on a TV advertisements for show. easter products and ‘gossip’ on Kate Middleton.The Daily Mirror, alongside The Sun is also a tabloid newspaper, it reliesheavily on political scandal stories and celebrity gossip.
Plain, corporatetheme, blue Reference tocolour and serif football,font, easy to appealing to aread. wide audience perhaps to make money.Economy andpolitics article,quite plain. Visually appealing graphics, picture of a woman as she is given a life sentence.Unlike the other newspapers, The Observer is much more low-key, relying on more solemn stories and has information relevant tothe local region – this is the kind of newspaper I would like to do.