English press: then & now

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Class 1E

About 83%
of the British adults
read a newspaper

Newspapers

There are four main types of newspapers

QUALITY

TABLOID

MAGAZINE

JOURNAL of OPINION

Cultural people like
The Daily Telegraph, The Times,
The Financial Times,
The Guardian, The Independent, Today
Sport-news, letters to the editor
and pages of advertisements in
The Sun, The Daily Mirror,
The Daily Express, The Daily Mail,
The Daily Star
Regular publication
containing articles
and stories by different writers.
Some have few pages,
others more than 300
For both sexes
they contain
political and literary reviews.
(Time, Newsweek)

60% of homes in Britain have a newspaper delivered every day

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Newspapers

Magazines may be weekly,
monthly or quarterly.
There are different magazines
for specific sector and
for different categories.

FOR MEN

FOR WOMEN

FOR TEENAGERS

There aren’t specific magazines for men, but only regarding their hobbies, job or favourite sport Women’s magazines deal with love stories, gossip, Knitting, cookery and care of the family (Cosmopolitan, Woman’own,
Bella Hello
)
They deal with fashion, music and teenage problems (Jackie-
Top Girl
)
     
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