Ulster Tatler

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Ulster Tatler
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Editor - Chris Sherry
Categories Lifestyle
Frequency Monthly
First issue 1966
Company Ulster Tatler Publications
Country Northern Ireland
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Ulster Tatler is a lifestyle and society magazine based in Northern Ireland which was founded in 1966.

During the early years of The Troubles, it made of point of never making any comment on the political or social problems of the province; rather it reflected the high society and other social events of the time.

Established in 1966, the Ulster Tatler is now Northern Ireland's longest established and most widely read monthly.[citation needed] It has coverage of events in the Northern Ireland social calendar as well as local fashions.

The tone of the magazine is very much to look of the positive side to life in Northern Ireland.

The Ulster Tatler has a readership of 294,000 (Millward Brown Ulster - Magazine Readership Survey 2008, December 8. Survey amongst 1024 respondents, based on aged 16+ population across Northern Ireland. Magazines read or looked at for a least 2 minutes in last 4 months. 294,000 based on weighting up to 2007 mid year population figures for 16+ population). It was one of the first magazines in Northern Ireland to join the Audited Bureau of Circulations back in 1995 and has a current ABC figure of 10,866 (Jan-Dec 08). The Ulster Tatler received the IPR magazine of the year 2006/07.

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