Question: Who Is The Target Audience For The Times?

What is the most read newspaper in the UK?

the free sheet MetroToday, the UK’s most highly circulating paper is the free sheet Metro whilst other popular titles include tabloids such as The Sun and Daily Mirror, middle market papers such as the Daily Mail and Daily Express and Broadsheet newspapers such as The Guardian and The Times..

What is the readership of The Times?

In January 2019, The Times had a circulation of 417,298 and The Sunday Times 712,291. In a 2009 national readership survey, The Times was found to have the highest number of ABC1 25–44 readers and the largest numbers of readers in London of any of the “quality” papers.

Is the Times Tory or Labour?

National daily newspapersNewspaperMain endorsementSecondary endorsement(s)Daily Mirror (& other Reach plc owned papers)Labour PartyLiberal DemocratsDaily TelegraphConservative PartyNoneFinancial TimesConservative PartyLiberal DemocratsThe GuardianLabour PartyGreen Parties in the United Kingdom10 more rows

Which political party does the Sunday Times support?

The Sunday TimesThe Sunday Times cover (13 July 2014)TypeSunday newspaperFounded18 February 1821 (as The New Observer)Political alignmentConservative PartyHeadquartersThe News Building (London)8 more rows

Who is editor of the Times?

John WitherowJohn Witherow (born 20 January 1952) is a British newspaper editor, currently with The Times.

Why is the Times called the Thunderer?

The nickname The Thunderer was established in 1830. London society was in shock after the strange death of Lord Graves on February 7, 1830. … The reference was picked up by other newspapers and journals, and thus the nickname (Thunderer, not Blunderer, although neither is a patch on Great Earwigger) became established.