Tag: newspapers

Media

The Desperate Telegraph

The Daily Telegraph is not doing well right now. It only sells 363,000 paid copies of the printed paper, having long since been overtaken...

Media

The Tabloid Guardian

It has now been over a week since The Guardian, and sister paper The Observer, both rebranded. Perhaps more saliently, they also reshaped...

Media, News, Radio, TV

Ofcom on Audience Attitudes to Broadcast Media

Ofcom, the UK broadcast regulator, carries out an awful lot of research, most of which it publishes on its website. But people are lazy,...

Media, Politics

The Power of Newspapers… Or Lack Thereof

After the 1992 election when John Major defeated Neil Kinnock, The Sun published a now famous headline: “It’s The Sun Wot Won...

Media

Buying a Copy of The Times

It really shouldn’t be this hard. If I want to buy a newspaper, and there are some of us who still do, then it’s pretty easy. I...