Top 10 UK
TOP 10 UK NEWSPAPERS BY CIRCULATION 2012
Despite technological advancement, Top 10 UK newspapers are still a great hit among readers to update themselves with the events taking place across the globe. Among them, few UK dailies have seen such popularity that they need to be circulated at a large number, every day. These newspapers cover everything from entertainment to finance and have a huge fan following which is why they are the most demanded ones in United States. Browse through the list of Top 10 UK Newspapers by Circulation 2012 to know their daily distribution.
With an average daily circulation of 2,751,229, The Sun is a daily national tabloid newspaper published in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Between January and June 2012 the paper had an average daily readership of approximately 7.3 million. It was first published as a broadsheet on 15th September 1964 and today it is so popular that it even has an iPad edition that costs £4.99 for a 30-day subscription.
2. Daily Mail
No.2 Top UK Newspaper by Circulation 2012 — Daily MailOwned by the Daily Mail and General Trust, Daily Mail is a British daily middle-market tabloid newspaper. It was first published in 1896 by Lord Northcliffe and is the second biggest-selling daily newspaper in United Kingdom with an estimated circulation of 2,011,283. Between June and December 2011 it had an average daily readership of approximately 4.371 million and has over 100 million unique visitors per month to its website.
Though Daily Mail went through crisis after the loss of life of its owner, Robert Maxwell, currently it is one of the top 10 UK Newspapers by circulation 2012 with a distribution of 1,122, 563. The Daily Mirror was launched on 2 November 1903 as a newspaper for women and in 1963 the newspaper became a part of International Publishing Corporation. It issues a special edition for Sundays under the name Sunday Mirror.
4. Daily Star
No.4 Top UK Newspaper by Circulation 2012 — Daily StarFirst published on 2 November 1978, and was the first new national paper to be launched, Daily Star published on 2 November 1978. It is owned by Richard Desmond’s Northern and Shell Company and is published by Express Newspapers with regular circulation of 624,029. Initially the popular tabloid newspaper was issued from Monday to Saturday but later, on 15 September 2002 a sister Sunday edition, the Daily Star Sunday, was launched.