You can now subscribe to The Journal Anytime and read the newspaper on your iPhone, iPad, mobile smartphone, laptop or desktop PC.
Our new Anytime service makes The Journal available on a reduced-rate subscription in a format that's accessible for mobile phone and tablet users.
The Journal newspaper tablet edition brings you the same quality publication that you would buy at a newsagent with all the convenience of:
- Pinch and zoom functionality
- Available as iPad or iPhone app from App Store
- Also available on Android and Kindle devices
The prices to subscribe are as follows:
- Single issue - £0.69
- Weekly subscription - £2.49
- Monthly subscription - £4.99
- Three-month subscription - £14.99
- Six-month subscription - £29.99
- Annual subscription - £49.99
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A key part of the region's business community The Journal has more ABC1 readers than any other quality regional morning newspaper on sale in the area.
The Journal has 99,273 average issue readers which increases to 209,957 weekly readers.
The average time spent reading The Journal is 33 minutes, which shows the length of time readers are engaging with editorial and advertising content.
23,291* copies of The Journal are sold on average each day, providing advertisers with extensive coverage of the region.
*ABC The Journal 97% Paid Mon - Sat, 1/10/2012 JICREG
Unique Users: 396,000
Page Impressions: 1,200,000
Audience figures from Omniture, monthly average (Jan-Jun 2014).
More than 1 in 3 Journal users have clicked through to an online advertisement, demonstrating that our users are responsive and receptive to Internet advertising messages.
TheJournal.co.uk reaches an internet-savvy audience, with 84% of users having purchased products or services online in the past 12 months.
Brian was appointed Editor of The Journal in December 2003, joining from Trinity Mirror's Liverpool base where he was Editorial Development Manager for the company's regional titles. He has also held senior positions at the Daily Record and the Evening Express, Aberdeen, as well as being a former Editor of the Lincolnshire Echo.