Isle of Man Examiner

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Isle of Man Examiner
Type Weekly newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) Isle of Man Newspapers
Publisher Johnston Publishing Ltd
Founded 1880
Headquarters Douglas, Isle of Man
Sister newspapers Isle of Man Courier
Manx Independent

The Isle of Man Examiner is a newspaper in the Isle of Man.

The paper is published every Tuesday, and is owned by Isle of Man Newspapers, which is now part of Johnston Press.

Popular features include a tabloid business news supplement, Harvey Briggs' farming news and Terry Cringle's Times Past column.

Its sister weekly newspaper titles are the Isle of Man Courier and the Manx Independent.

The Examiner began in 1880 and was the island's most popular newspaper for most of the twentieth century. It is still the biggest-selling newspaper on the Isle of Man.

On 10 May 2011, after 131 years, the Isle of Man Examiner changed its format from broadsheet to tabloid.[1]