The Hull Daily Mail is a daily newspaper for Kingston upon Hull, in the East Riding of Yorkshire. It is the largest selling regional newspaper in Yorkshire. The Hull Daily Mail has been circulated in various guises since 1885. The Hull Daily Mail publishes a second edition, the "East Riding Mail", covering East Yorkshire outside of the city of Hull.
The paper is published by Mail News & Media. Mail News & Media also publishes two free weekly newspapers, the Hull Advertiser and Beverley Advertiser, and a monthly magazine, The Journal. In 2012, Local World acquired owner Northcliffe Media from Daily Mail and General Trust.
The Hull Daily Mail is produced every day except for Sunday and has a readership of around 170,000.
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The newspaper has won the award for Yorkshire Daily Newspaper of the Year five times, in 2003, 2004, 2006 2007. and 2012. It has also won accolades for its pioneering work in video journalism, reports available via its website, thisishullandeastriding.co.uk.
- Monday - Extra Time (sport), The Match (Hull City A.F.C. reports)
- Tuesday - Femail
- Wednesday - The Business, HotShots (junior sport)
- Thursday - Find a Property
- Friday - motors.co.uk
- Saturday - The Guide (entertainment magazine, includes TV listings)
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