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Is the Daily Mirror still in print?

Is the Daily Mirror still in print?

The Daily Mirror is a British national daily tabloid-sized newspaper that is considered to be engaged in tabloid-style journalism. It had an average daily print circulation of 716,923 in December 2016, dropping to 587,803 the following year. Its Sunday sister paper is the Sunday Mirror.

When was the Mirror newspaper published?

Daily Mirror/First issue date

How much is the Daily Mirror 2021?

From Monday 1st February 2021 the Daily Mirror Monday-Friday edition will have a price increase by 5p to 90p in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Scotland will also see a price increase to their Monday-Friday edition of the Daily Mirror from the 1 February, by 5p to 95p.

Where is the Daily Mirror printed?

The Mirror, official name The Daily Mirror, daily newspaper published in London that frequently has the largest circulation in Britain. The Mirror was founded by Alfred Harmsworth, later Viscount Northcliffe, in 1903 as a newspaper for women.

When did the Daily Mirror become a tabloid?

2 November 1903
History of the Daily Mirror. The Daily Mirror was founded by Alfred Harmsworth (later Lord Northcliffe) of the Daily Mail on 2 November 1903, making it the UK’s oldest surviving tabloid newspaper.

When did the Daily Express start?

Daily Express/First issue date
The Daily Express was founded in 1900 by Sir Arthur Pearson, with the first issue appearing on 24 April 1900. Pearson, who had lost his sight to glaucoma in 1913, sold the title to the future Lord Beaverbrook in 1916.

Who produces the Daily Mirror?

Mirror Online, the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and Sunday People are published by MGN Ltd, part of Reach PLC. Reach PLC is Britain’s largest newspaper, magazine and digital publisher, with a print and online portfolio reaching 38.6million people every month.

Why have newspaper prices gone up?

Market Update: Paper Prices to Increase Due to turbulent supply chain conditions, supply is tightening across almost all procurement categories causing prices to rise on many items. The paper industry is just one among many to be affected by the 2020 conditions.

How much does the Saturday MIrror cost?

The publisher has confirmed that from this weekend, the Saturday edition of the Daily Mirror will cost 10p more, priced at £1 and the weekday edition will rise by 5p to 65p, while in Scotland it will cost 70p.

What is the Daily Mirror target audience?

How are audiences grouped and categorised? The Daily Mirror’s target audience, according to NRS and ABC data are predominantly C2DE, over 35 and are working class Labour supporters.

Is the Daily Mirror a tabloid?

The Daily Mirror newspaper is part of Mirror Group Newspapers, which is a subsidiary of Trinity Mirror plc. It is printed in tabloid format and as of December 2008, and has an average daily circulation of 1,346,916 copies.

How much is Richard Desmond worth?

1.3 billion USD (2021)
Richard Desmond/Net worth