Huddersfield Daily Examiner
The world of sport has always been present in England, a purely European country and influenced by its bordering countries. Thanks to this, the country has a multitude of newspapers focused on the sport – mostly rugby and soccer. The Huddersfield Daily Examiner – focused on sport – is born out of this need to inform and is published every day in the mornings.
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A little about Huddersfield Daily Examiner
In a tabloid format everything that happens about sport and news in general is distributed in the evening. The Huddersfield Daily Examiner, based in Huddersfield, is one of the most widely read newspapers in the UK. It is part of the 240 newspapers published by the formerly named Trinity Mirror Group, now Reach plc. Wayne Ankers is in charge of its edition.
History and evolution
Initially his publications were weekly, starting on September 6, 1851. But on January 28, 1871 they changed this format for a daily one, this as an effort to be the best. By 1888 its positioning grew, thanks to the employment of a professional journalist, being only a provisional newspaper. Until 1999 it was an independent newspaper, but this year it became part of the then Trinity Mirror Group. Their daily editions are available on their website.
After a small impulse its growth became more remarkable, mostly after the recognition of its journalists. Adrian Subdury carried out a campaign to help patients affected by leukaemia, because he had the disease. During his last years of life he encouraged people to donate blood, bone marrow and become informed about the disease. This was a great movement that got people all over the country to stabilize their disease.
On the other hand and with a focus on publishing, Roy Wright allowed the Huddersfield Daily Examiner to grow even bigger. For 2004 he conducted a study that resulted in the change from the traditional broadleaf to a compact tabloid. This pleased the audience, so Roy allowed himself to experiment with more changes in the newspaper’s structure.
Another change in the editorial was made in 2008, when they went on to publish in the mornings instead of the evenings. Prior to his departure, in 2017, Roy announced that he transformed himself into a multimedia format, after being only in black and white.
Huddersfield Daily Examiner was a direct intermediary in preventing the closure of the Accident Unit at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary. Until 2013 it was based in Queen Street South, specifically in Pennine Business Park in Bradley.
This newspaper ranks 109,410th in the world, up 15,706th in the last three months. In the case of the United Kingdom, it is ranked 4,231, this according to figures provided by Alexa (website calculator). The United Kingdom reads it the most, with 84.0% of visitors, followed by the United States with 5.7% and India with 1.7%.