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  2. The Standard (Hong Kong) - Wikipedia

    The Standard is an English free newspaper in Hong Kong with a daily circulation of 200,450 in 2012. It was formerly called the Hong Kong Standard and changed to HKiMail during the Internet boom but reverted to The Standard in 2001. The South China Morning Post (SCMP) is its main local competitor.

  3. Der Standard - Wikipedia

    Der Standard has run its own web portal——since February 1995 and claims this was the first appearance of a German-language newspaper on the web. In Q4 of 2011, according to Die Österreichische Webanalyse , [15] had a readership of 1,135,000 unique users (2,379,231 unique clients in December 2011) [16] and is ...

  4. The Journal (newspaper) - Wikipedia

    The Journal is a daily newspaper produced in Newcastle upon Tyne.Published by ncjMedia, (a division of Reach plc), The Journal is produced every weekday and Saturday morning and is complemented by its sister publications the Evening Chronicle and the Sunday Sun.

  5. Daily Record (Scotland) - Wikipedia

    The Daily Record is a national tabloid newspaper and news website based in Glasgow, Scotland. The newspaper is published from Monday-Saturday and the website is updated on an hourly basis, seven days a week. Its sister title is the Sunday Mail. As part of Reach plc, the Record has a close kinship with the UK-wide Daily Mirror.

  6. List of free daily newspapers - Wikipedia

    The Evening Standard - from October 2009 United States [ edit ] Most of the papers listed are no longer published daily (as noted); they have either ceased publication or switched to a weekly/semi-weekly schedule.

  7. Newsprint - Wikipedia

    The daily newspaper publisher may also be hired by outside companies such as advertisers or publishers of weekly newspapers or other daily newspapers to produce printed products for those companies using its presses. In such cases the press owner might also purchase newsprint from the mill for such contract printing jobs.