Eastern Daily Press
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|Circulation||59,490 (December 2010-June 2011)|
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Founded in 1870 as a broadsheet called the Eastern Counties Daily Press, it changed its name to the Eastern Daily Press in 1872. It moved to the compact (tabloid) format in the mid-1990s. The paper is now owned and published by Archant, formerly known as Eastern Counties Newspapers Group. It aims to represent the interests of the local population in the region in a non-partisan way with its mission statement being to 'champion a fair deal for the future prosperity of the region'. Despite its commitment to regional issues, the EDP covers national (and international) news and sport with the aim of being a substitute for a national paper. Perhaps because of this wider non-regional coverage the EDP is the best-selling regional morning newspaper in England and is the only regional British newspaper to out-sell The Sun in its region.
The paper also produces a sister edition, the Norwich Evening News.
- Edmund Rogers - founding editor, 1870–73
- "ABC figures: How the regional dailies performed". HoldTheFrontPage. UK. 31 August 2011. Retrieved 25 September 2011.
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