Make Thursdays worth Waiting for!
With its dedicated team of reporters and photographers, the Reporter and Chronicle's coverage stretches from East Manchester into the High Peaks, covering all aspects of local news and views, from major stories to local fetes; from weddings to retirements; from family events to school supplements.
On sale at more than 300 outlets, including all the major supermarkets and newsagents, the Reporter and Chronicle is on sale every Thursday.
Every week dozens of newspapers are posted out to readers all over the world…to as far as Australia and the Far East, and as local as a local prison - proving once again that local people regard the Reporter and Chronicle as the best and unrivalled provider of local news and information.
Every week, 'snapshot' market research is carried out…which has proved that our readers have a consistently high regard and appreciation of the Reporter and Chronicle.
"A really good read"… "It gives me everything I need"… "I've read it for years and I look forward to getting it" are among just some of the comments our readers have made.
Despite the appearance and disappearance of free newspapers throughout its' 150 years, the Reporter and Chronicle still remains the only paid for newspaper in the area…testament to its' quality and unrivalled coverage.
As many of our readers put it, it makes Thursdays worth waiting for…
If you want to advertise…You're in good company…
The mark of a top class newspaper is the top class advertisers who spend their money by advertising in it every week…
So by advertising in the Reporter and Chronicle, you're in good company.
Most of the nationwide household brands, including Tesco, Specsavers, Ford, Safeway, DFS, Co-op, and ALL the major estate agents, producing pages of property hundreds of houses for sale each week, advertise regularly using the Reporter and Chronicle.
They realise the important 'selling advantage' that they gain by advertising in paid-for newspapers.
With it's paid for sale, the Reporter and Chronicle has a distinct advantage over free newspapers.
By carrying out weekly market research, the Reporter and Chronicle carefully monitors its readership…which indicates their readers come for all walks of life, but aged mainly between 25-55, the age which attracts advertisers to our columns.