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  2. Tabloid - Wikipedia

    Tabloid may refer to: . Tabloid journalism, a type of journalism; Tabloid (newspaper format), a newspaper with compact page size Chinese tabloid; Tabloid (paper size), a North American paper size

  3. Broadsheet - Wikipedia

    The first major Swedish newspaper to leave the broadsheet format and start printing in tabloid format was Svenska Dagbladet, on 16 November 2000. As of August 2004, 26 newspapers were broadsheets, with a combined circulation of 1,577,700 and 50 newspapers were in a tabloid with a combined circulation of 1,129,400.

  4. 2016 Canon Media Awards - Wikipedia

    The 2016 Canon Media Awards were hosted by the New Zealand Newspaper Publishers' Association on Friday 20 May 2016 at Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa in Wellington, New Zealand. The Newspaper of the Year was The New Zealand Herald, and the Reporter of the Year was Matt Nippert of The New Zealand Herald.

  5. Business card - Wikipedia

    Standard cut size: 89 × 51 mm (3.5 × 2 in) (UK) Bleed size: 91 × 61 mm (3.58 × 2.40 in) Standard cut size: 85 × 55 mm (3.35 × 2.17 in) Fold-over or "tent" cards, and side fold cards are popular as well. Generally these cards will fold to the standard size. Cards can also be printed with a different language on each side. Dimensions