Age it is the most widely read Victorian newspaper in the country, with an audience of 5.9 million readers per month.
New figures released by the Roy Morgan show Age it is becoming more popular in states outside of Victoria, including NSW, Western Australia and the Northern Territory. It has 1.4 million more readers than its direct competitor, the herald sun, which is owned by News Corp.
most of Age‘s readers (88 percent) consume their news online. The Monday-Friday print edition of Age has an audience of 258,000, while the sunday era the print edition is read by 382,000 people. There has been a 6 percent increase in Years Readers between 14 and 17 years old.
The number of digital and print readers combined makes Age the second largest publication in the country, ahead of the australian (with an average readership of 5 million) and the herald sun, which has 4.5 million readers.
“Age remains the dominant news organization in Victoria and a force across the country,” he said. Age editor Gay Alcorn.
“Our staff’s commitment to producing high-quality, high-impact journalism is unwavering, and I want to thank our readers for making our work possible.”
Agesister publication of , TThe Sydney Morning HeraldIt is the largest newspaper in the country, with 8.4 million readers.
This is the fourth round of figures to be released under new measurement provider Roy Morgan. The data covers all news brands and news websites and audiences across Apple News and Google News.
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