|"Nobody Knows Glasgow Better"|
(Two Editions: Late News Edition and Late News Extra)
|Publisher||Herald & Times Group|
|Headquarters||200 Renfield Street
|Circulation||29,951 Daily - 100% paid (as of January to June 2015)|
|Sister newspapers||Sunday Herald
The Herald (Glasgow)
The National (Scotland)
The Evening Times is an evening tabloid newspaper published Monday to Saturday in Glasgow, Scotland.
The paper, an evening sister paper of The Herald, was established in 1876. The paper's slogan is "Nobody Knows Glasgow Better".
Publication of the Evening Times (and its sister paper) moved to a Charles Rennie Mackintosh building in Mitchell Street in 1868. The building is now the Lighthouse, Scotland's Centre for Architecture, Design and the City.
On 19 July 1980, the paper moved to offices at 195 Albion Street, a black-fronted building modelled after the Black Lubyanka building of the Daily Express in London's Fleet Street. The Albion Street building had previously housed the Scottish Daily News workers' cooperative from May to November 1975.
A management buy-out in May 1992 created Caledonian Newspapers, later purchased by Scottish Television in 1996. After the purchase the TV group renamed itself "Scottish Media Group", which was later shortened to SMG and, in 2008, rebranded as STV Group plc.
The newspaper is sold in trademark vendor stalls around Glasgow City Centre, with the salesmen calling out the well-known slogan "Times! Evening Times!" every few minutes. In addition it is delivered to doors around Glasgow by paper boys and girls, and is also sold in numerous stores around Greater Glasgow.
The Evening Times gives its name to an annual pocket-sized Scottish football publication called the Wee Red Book, which contains both the following season's fixtures in Scotland's four senior divisions and lists of previous league and cup winners from Scotland, England and Europe.
- "UK Regional daily newspaper circulations for the first half of 2015 (Source: ABC)". Press Gazette (UK). 26 August 2015. Retrieved 26 August 2015.
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