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Comparisons of Broadsheet and Tabloid Newspapers

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Alex Nash

on 16 October 2012

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Transcript of Comparisons of Broadsheet and Tabloid Newspapers

Comparisons between
Broadsheet and Tabloid Newspapers Usually a high mass low cost paper aimed at a large population of the population, and usually aimed at working and middle classes social classifications A,B,C1,C2 and D. Usually they have a political alliance. Tabloid Newspapers Broadsheet Newspapers Usually a broadsheet contains news
about "real" news, usually the web
page or newspaper will be dominated by political and real news rather than celebrity gossip. Usually has a much more focused target audience usually social classification AB and also specific political alliances (e.g. The Telegraph and the Conservative Party). The layout of a broadsheet is
usually more text heavy than a
tabloid, with political or real news
stories dominating the front pages
and homepages of the broadsheet
newspapers. The layout of Tabloids differs
from Broadsheets, where
images and larger headlines
usually dominate pages. The
front cover and homepages are
often dominated by celebrity and
sports news, with only a major
national or international event
overtaking celebrity news on the
front pages and homepages.
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