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1

who owns the mirror

Owned by Trinity Mirror which is now called Reach plc

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What was the mirror the most popular

Tabloid in the UK

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The mirror has had the largest year fall of what?

any national print paper

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What is the mirrors average sales

583 thousand copies

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What else to reach publish

range of newspapers such as Daily Mirror, sunday mirror, OK!

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When did the mirror start as a daily newspaper and who for

1903, designed for women but quickly redesigned to appeal to a broader audience

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'Got a Story?' what does the website offer

interactive opportunities

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How did the mirror respond to downturn in print

launching mirror online and social media presence

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C & S mirror

Media companies driven by profit ahnd power. Trinity group now reach have diversified into regional news to further increase profits, aim to make profit vfor their shareholders

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Hesmondhalgh mirror

Reach plc is horizontally intergrated company owns lots of newspaper producers, moved to digital to min risk and maximise audiences

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TIMES when was it first published

1785, but published by Times Newspapers since 1981

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TIMES who owns the times

part of times newspaper group, which is subsidiary of News UK which itself is subsidiary of News Corp owned by the Murdoch family

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TIME What other newspapers are produced by news corp

The Sun and previously News of the World which folded after the phone hacking scandal of 2011

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TIMES Current average sales?

407 thousand

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TIMES one of the first newspapers to go online but intoduced what

paywall, users pay for content

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TIMES only quality newspaper that what

show year on year growth for print sales

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TIMES Hesmondhalgh published by a company that is what

both horizontally and vertically integrated min risk max audience

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TIMES C and S

published by a company taht is punblished by a company that is part of a large global media conglomerate , makes profit for main share holder Murdoch family

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How do audiences interpret newspapers

Bandura- effects model, Gerbner- cultivation theory, Stuart Hall -reception theory

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What influences whether a reader takes a particular view

political views, social class, personal experience, their friends.

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what lead to the Leveson inquiry

the 2011 phone hacking scandal

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why are most UK newspapers regulated by IPSO and IMPRESS

IPSO did not apply the advice from the Leveson inquiry, looser regulation