Meath Echo

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Meath Echo
Meathecho logo.jpg
TypeNewspaper
FormatTabloid
Owner(s)Irish Village Papers
Founded2004 (2004)
Ceased publication2011
HeadquartersMeath
Circulation65,000 (as of 2011)
Websitewww.meathecho.com

The Meath Echo was created in 2004 when three local papers in County Meath joined forces: The Ratoath News, The Local Echo, and The Ashbourne And District Eagle.[1]

Speaking to Sunday Business Post, the editor of Irish Village Papers Joe Doyle said:

The merging of the three titles will enable us to produce our very popular newspapers more often. Like larger national newspapers, The Meath Echo will only concentrate on local issues and local sports. [1]

Content[edit]

  • Local News for Ashbourne, Ratoath, Navan, Kells, Trim, Slane, Dunboyne and more
  • Sports News for Meath
  • Things to do in County Meath
  • Advertisement for local shops
  • Recruitment for County Meath
  • Property Section
  • What's new in Motors
  • Weekly polls on Current Topics

The Meath Echo Entertainment Section contained:

  • Free Event Listing for County Meath
  • Cinema movie reviews
  • Latest DVD reviews
  • Retro review competition - review of an all time classic film e.g. Buffalo 66, The Big Lebowski - Submitted by readers
  • Competitions

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Meath gets new newspaper title". August 17, 2004. Archived from the original on 29 September 2007. Retrieved 7 October 2017.