What percentage of people buy newspapers?

What percentage of people buy newspapers?

TV is the most popular platform for accessing international and local news. TV is the most popular platform for accessing international news, used by 62% of UK adults, followed by radio (25%) or printed newspapers (24%).

Who owns the Metro newspaper?

The Daily Mail group

Is the Metro newspaper free online?

Just like our newspaper you’ll find the same range of great content Metro is known for and its absolutely free Mon-Fri!

Where is Metro newspaper available?

Metro is distributed on public transport networks (trains, trams, buses and the London Underground) and high-traffic commuter zones throughout the UK, the majority of copies are picked up from Metro bins or racks.

Is the i newspaper the same as the independent?

It is aimed at “readers and lapsed readers” of all ages and commuters with limited time, and was originally launched in 2010 as a sister paper to The Independent. It was later acquired by Johnston Press in 2016 after The Independent shifted to a digital-only model.

What is Publimetro?

Publimetro is the world’s largest free newspaper chain, with 77 daily editions published in 13 languages and distributed across 124 cities in 22 American, European, and Asian countries. The newspaper is printed by El Globo S.A. publishing company, the company that owns the La República newspaper.

When was Metro newspaper founded?


Can you still buy the i newspaper?

Where can I purchase the newspaper? The paper is widely available at most major retailers in the area. If you find your newsagent does not stock the paper, please ask them if they can order it in for you.

Who controls reach PLC?

Certainly, a very small number of corporations own the bulk of media companies. News UK (part of News International owned by Rupert Murdoch), the Daily Mail and General Trust (run by Viscount Rothermere) and Reach PLC (formerly Trinity Mirror, whose CEO is Simon Fox and who have now bought the Express) own over 70% of …


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