ADN (newspaper)

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Type Daily free newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) Grupo Planeta
Publisher Editorial Página Cero
Founded March 2006
Political alignment Liberal
Language Spanish
Headquarters Barcelona
Circulation 900,000

ADN was a Spanish free daily newspaper published by Editorial Página Cero, a company owned by Grupo Planeta and groups in regional press, part of Grupo Antena 3. The paper was distributed to 16 provinces with local editions in Spain.


ADN was first published in March 2006 as a new daily newspaper model designed for a young, urban population. ADN covered the main cities and metropolitan areas in Spain, reaching a market share of 25%, with distribution exceeding 900,000 copies and an average of 1,268,000 daily readers. Due to the effects of the crisis in Spain in 2011, ADN closed. The last number was published on December 23, 2011.


The paper distributed localised editions to:


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