DEX still the one



IF you're a reader of or advertiser in The Daily Examiner, then here's something to put a smile on your face.

The Audit Bureau of Circulations this week confirmed The Examiner has retained its status as Australia's fastest growing newspaper for the second consecutive audit period. General Manager Steve Portas yesterday applauded the paper's news and marketing teams for remaining focused on their 'reader first' philosophy,despite the many challenges put before them.

"This result is a testament to the energy and focus of a small band of hardworking newspaper professionals. We publish 310 daily papers each year, and even though I've been here for nearly six years, I still view the process of producing a newspaper from go to whoa in under 12 hours as a daily miracle," he said.

With growth of 2.9 per cent for the October 2004 to March 2005 audit period, The Examiner is now read by more than 14,000 locals daily and more than 20,000 locals weekly.

"This is awesome news for all of our advertisers, be they real estate agents, motor vehicle dealers, retailers or private party classified users," Mr Portas said.



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