Readers keep turning to the Examiner

THE Daily Examiner continues to attract new readers across all its platforms - desktop, mobile and newspaper.

Latest readership figures show continued growth in the audience turning to the Clarence Valley's number one source of news.

In recent years The Daily Examiner has expanded its offering to readers, with desktop and mobile platforms, as well as Facebook and Twitter, all proving popular.

Figures released this week by Enhanced Media Metrics Australia (EMMA) show The Daily Examiner attracts 44,000 readers each week across all platforms - a 10% increase in the past 12 months.

Embracing electronic news delivery alongside the traditional newspaper has allowed The Daily Examiner to double its readership in the past eight years.

In 2007 when The Examiner's website was new, we had a total of 23,000 readers.

That has since increased 91% to today's 44,000.



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