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Facts about local newspapers
Eighty-two per cent of adults, 40 million people, read a local newspaper, making it themost widely read medium in the country (BMRB/TGI 2008).
Monthly unique users forregional press websites are estimated at over 24.4m (Annual Industry Survey 2007).
As asource of information about the local area in which people live, local newspapers are threetimes more popular than the next medium BBC TV news. (Press Gazette/YouGov2007)
More than 3,040 local newspapers are sold in the UK every minute (AdvertisingStatistics Yearbook 2008).
There are 1,300 local newspapers and 1,200 associated websitesin the UK.
Regional newspapers in print and online account for 50 per cent of allrecruitment spend (Advertising Statistics Yearbook 2008).
Local newspapers and theirassociated websites are 49 per cent more trusted and relied-upon than the nearestmedium, commercial TV (the wanted ads III 2007).
£651 million is spent each year buyinglocal newspapers (Advertising Statistics Yearbook 2008).
Advertising on local newspaperwebsites is 77 per cent more likely to be believed and relied-
upon than advertising onother websites (the wanted ads III 2007).
74.6 per cent per cent of people aged betweenand 15 and 24 read a local newspaper (BMRB/TGI 2008).
Citizen newspaper
Bus users were left stranded after claims young people urinated over the inside of a newgold double-decker. Customers queuing to board the shiny new 94 bus fromCheltenham to Gloucester Wednesday faced delays of more than an hour after one of the buses was taken off timetable to be cleaned. Last night Stagecoach officials saidthey were investigating the claims .One 55-year-old passenger, who did not want tonamed, was trying to get from Cheltenham to Gloucester. He said: "There were a lot of students roaming around Cheltenham and although they had obviously had plenty to
drink, most of them seemed reasonably well behaved, if a little boisterous.
The citizen is a local Gloucestershire newspaper, It isfilled with too much advertising and the stories inthe paper aren't interesting. The layout of thenewspaper is poor and trying to read thenewspaper is hard because of the bad layout.

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