Top 10 Most Popular Newspapers in the World

Primarily the purpose of newspapers are to catch you up with fresh events around the globe. It is also used for advertising purposes. According to different surveys, people still have habit of reading newspapers in the rising admiration of mobile devices. We examined different newspapers and the most popular newspapers in the world comes out as follows.

Top 10 Most Popular Newspapers in the World

1: The Guardian (United Kingdom):

This newspaper was founded in 1821 by John Edward Taylor, a non-conventionalist entrepreneur. This newspaper is known as the world’s projecting liberal opinion. The Guardian won the best newspaper award in 2005, 2006 and 2007 beating four most popular newspapers of the world. It circulates around 185,429 newspapers daily. Therefore it is considered as one of the most popular newspapers in the world.

2: The Wall Street Journal (USA):

In the year 1882, a business directed newspaper was launched by Dow Jones & Company. It is the largest newsprint in United States. It has its reporters in more than 51 countries. The Wall Street Journal is popular because it provides online news in key foreign languages. It is special for people in business and commercial societies. It is one of the most popular newspapers in the world of trade.

3: The New York Times:

It was launched in 1851. Its motto is “All the news, that’s fit to print”. It is popular for munificent in quality updates, information and show biz content. It is distributed in US as well as in other countries of the world.

4:  The Washington Post:

It is the oldest newspaper of Washington D.C. It has 10 local units in order to give a better coverage to public news and events. It is existing in the list of most popular newspapers in the world because it updates the people according to their regions.

5: China Daily:

It was established in 1981. It is published in China on daily basis. It is published in English every day.

6: The Times of India:

It is one of the premier circulated paper. It facilitate the readers through the best news, columns, feature articles and many more. It provides free online access to all readers.

7: The Sydney Morning Herald:

It was established in 1831 by the workers of Sydney Gazette. Later on, they launched the web edition i.e. smh.com.au. It gives coverage to entertainment, lifestyle, business, politics news etc.

8: The Asahi Shimbun:

It is the oldest national newspaper of Japan. It has a lot of readable and healthier content to get updated. It circulates more than 30,000 copies, which is why it is enlisted in most popular newspapers in the world.

9: Dawn:

DAWN was launched by the founder of Pakistan, Muhammad Ali Jinnah. It was the representative of Muslim League. It was first launched in Delhi, India.

10: Zaman:

Zaman is published in Turkey on daily basis. The newspaper is generally considered as Islamic.

Conclusion:

Newspapers are used to deliver news and information in printed form. Besides news, they include articles and criticism likewise. They differ from one another in context of their opinion, advertising and news material. On the basis of services they provide, we have segmented most popular newspapers in the world.

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Bill Schroder

Bill Schroder is a Beirut-based correspondent for The World Beast. He has reported from over a dozen countries in the Middle East for such publications. Follow: Tweets by @SchroderBill