Belfast telegraph

belfast telegraph

Why read the Belfast Telegraph?

For 150 years the Belfast Telegraph has been connecting the people of Northern Ireland with informed and detailed journalism, providing insight and opinion on the news that matters. Quality journalism is a lot more than reporting the news.

How much did the Belfast Telegraph cost in the first edition?

Its first edition cost half a penny and ran to four pages covering the Franco-Prussian War and local news. The evening edition of the newspaper was originally called the Sixth Late, and Sixth Late Tele was a familiar cry made by vendors in Belfast city centre in the past.

Who is the editor of the Belfast Telegraph?

The paper now publishes two editions daily, Belfast Telegraph final edition and the North West Telegraph which is distributed in Derry. Its editor, since April 2020, is Eoin Brannigan.

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What is the circulation of the Belfast Telegraph?

Reflecting a decline in newspaper sales generally, circulation of the Belfast Telegraph has declined as of the early 21st century, from 109,571 for the period July to December 2002, to 31,340 for the same period in 2019. ^ a b cSlattery, Laura (24 April 2020).

When was the Belfast Evening Telegraph first published?

Reflecting its unionist tradition, the paper has historically been favoured by the Protestant population, while also being read within Catholic nationalist communities in Northern Ireland. It was first published as the Belfast Evening Telegraph on 1 September 1870 by brothers William and George Baird.

Who is the editor of the Belfast Telegraph?

The paper now publishes two editions daily, Belfast Telegraph final edition and the North West Telegraph which is distributed in Derry. Its editor, since April 2020, is Eoin Brannigan.

What is the name of the Northern Ireland newspaper?

The Belfast Telegraph is a daily newspaper published in Belfast, Northern Ireland, by Independent News & Media. Its editor is Eoin Brannigan. Reflecting its unionist tradition, the paper has historically been favoured by the Protestant population, while also being read within Catholic nationalist communities in Northern Ireland.

Who is the new editor-in-chief of the Belfast Telegraph?

Eoin Brannigan has been appointed as the new Editor-in-Chief at the Belfast Telegraph and Sunday Life. E oin is currently editor of The Irish Daily Star, a role he has held since 2017.

Who owns the Belfast Telegraph?

The Belfast Telegraph is part of the Independent News and Media group which also owns a 50% interest in The Irish Daily Star as part of a joint venture with Reach plc.

When was the Belfast Evening Telegraph first published?

Reflecting its unionist tradition, the paper has historically been favoured by the Protestant population, while also being read within Catholic nationalist communities in Northern Ireland. It was first published as the Belfast Evening Telegraph on 1 September 1870 by brothers William and George Baird.

What is the name of the Northern Ireland newspaper?

The Belfast Telegraph is a daily newspaper published in Belfast, Northern Ireland, by Independent News & Media. Its editor is Eoin Brannigan. Reflecting its unionist tradition, the paper has historically been favoured by the Protestant population, while also being read within Catholic nationalist communities in Northern Ireland.

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