The Surrey Advertiser has been the county’s leading newspaper since 1864, providing extensive coverage of the news and events that affect Surrey. A paid-for quality broadsheet published every Friday with a circulation of 22,801, each edition carries separate property and recruitment sections, plus the What’s On entertainment guide. Dedicated business supplement, the Business News Extra, is also published monthly with the newspaper.
The getsurrey.co.uk website provides breaking news and sport from all across the county, as well as community and lifestyle features, picture galleries and constantly updated video footage.
The Surrey Herald is a part-paid part-free tabloid newspaper with strong community roots serving North Surrey. It is published every Thursday, with 40,394 copies across Walton, Weybridge and Chertsey to Sunbury, Staines and Egham, plus surrounding areas.
The Surrey Times is a free newspaper covering the areas of Cranleigh, Godalming and Guildford. It has 38,065 weekly readers, the highest readership of any regional newspaper in the area.
The Staines Informer and Woking Informer are free newspapers delivering news and features to 63,665 homes across their local communities on a weekly basis.
The five titles have a combined readership of 272,219*, and the website attracts an average of 997,435 page views each month with 264,182 unique users**.
*Source: ABC July – Dec 2012, JICREG 01/05/13, plus publisher’s statement based on the JICREG average RPC figure for Surrey Herald edition **Source: Omniture 6 monthly UK average Jan-Jun 2013
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