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Mid Devon Advertiser

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Mid Devon Advertiser
TypeWeekly newspaper
Owner(s)Tindle Newspaper Group
Founded1863; 161 years ago (1863)
HeadquartersNewton Abbot
Circulation2,803 (as of 2023)[1]
Sister newspapersDawlish Post
Teignmouth Post[2]
Websitemiddevonadvertiser.co.uk

The Mid Devon Advertiser is a local newspaper and media outlet based in Newton Abbot, Devon, and serving the surrounding area including Torbay, Ashburton, Moretonhampstead, Teignmouth, and Totnes, in an area referred to as Mid Devon since the 1800s, but not to be confused with the Mid Devon district formed in the late 1970s North of Exeter. The paper is published weekly, on a Friday.[3]

History

The paper was formed as the Newton Weekly Journal by James Welford, and run as a two-man operation, changing its name to the East & South Devon Advertiser in 1870.[2][4]

The publication was sold a further two times in 1876 and 1906, and on the second of those sales saw the name change to the existing title.[2]

Between 1969 and 1981 the paper changed hands four times, including time under the ownership of Beaverbrook Newspapers, Mirror Group, and a local consortium, before being bought by Tindle Newspaper Group.[2]

Whilst part of the Mirror Group, in 1970, the Mid-Devon Times was merged into the paper, which was founded a few years after the Advertiser and was previously a competitor with a higher circulation.[5]

In 1984, the Press Council rejected a complaint about the paper for publishing a photograph showing a dead body.[6]

The title is now owned by Tindle, and continues to publish every Friday.[7]

References

  1. ^ "Mid Devon Advertiser". Audit Bureau of Circulations (UK). 26 February 2024. Retrieved 18 June 2024.
  2. ^ a b c d "Mid-Devon Advertiser". British Papers.
  3. ^ Bell, Emily; Alden, Chris (2003). MediaGuardian Media Directory 2004. Guardian Newspapers Ltd. p. 41. ISBN 9781843540410.
  4. ^ Smith, Lorna (1973). Devon Newspapers: A finding list. ISBN 0903766000.
  5. ^ Willing's Press Guide (45 ed.). 1918. p. 117.
  6. ^ "Press council rejects complaint". The Times. 30 November 1984.
  7. ^ Gibson, Janine (2008). Media 08. Guardian Books. p. 56. ISBN 9780852650912.
This page was last edited on 18 June 2024, at 22:25
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