Examiner?s readership grows by 15 per cent



THE Daily Examiner's readership has increased by an average of 15 per cent during the past two years to March, according to Roy Morgan figures released last week.

The Examiner in the last survey period recorded significant readership gains, streets ahead of metropolitan and other regional mastheads that can only boast of modest or negative growth.

Our Monday to Friday readership grew by 15 per cent from 13,000 (April 2002 to March 2004) to 15,000 (April 2003 to March 2005).

Our weekend edition, featuring Clarence Life magazine, attracted 14 per cent more readers over the same period ? 14,000 to 16,000.

The Examiner reaches 56 per cent of consumers in its primary distribution area, easily dominating The Daily Telegraph and The Sydney Morning Herald, which do not contain any local news or commentary.

General manager Steve Portas said the latest Roy Morgan data confirmed that The Examiner was the number one medium for advertisers, be they real estate agents, motor vehicle dealers, retailers or private party classified users to reach the most number of potential customers.



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