The Evening Gazette has been published for over 140 years, and is the most widely read local newspaper in the Teesside area.
The Evening Gazette is complemented by the companion site gazettelive.co.uk.
Teesside's number one newspaper is a well established and popular title that is an integral part of the local community with readership split evenly across gender, age and socio-economic groups.
Readership and Circulation
The Evening Gazette is read by more adults than any other newspaper on sale in the Teesside area, with 95,949 average readership and 36,986 copies purchased each day, providing extensive coverage across the region.
*ABC Evening Gazette 100% Paid, Mon-Sat, JICREG 1/10/2012
Who are the readers?
The Evening Gazette has a broad market appeal read by males and females of all ages and social grades.
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An Essential Local Information Source
Local adults recognise the Evening Gazette as the place to turn to…
206,000 adults would turn to the Evening Gazette when looking for a job.
205,000 adults would turn to the Evening Gazette when looking for articles for sale in the classified section.
187,000 adults would turn to the Evening Gazette when looking to rent or buy a house or flat.
146,000 adults would turn to the Evening Gazette when planning entertainment and leisure activities.
146,000 adults would turn to the Evening Gazette when looking to buy a new/used car.
The Evening Gazette's circulation is independently audited and externally verified by the Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC), which guarantees we deliver exactly what we promise.
The Evening Gazette offers a variety of display and classified advertising opportunities. Please view our 2012 rate card or our advertising solutions for more details about advertising opportunities.
To advertise with the Evening Gazette please contact us.
Readership Research 2008 GfK NOP Media Total Teesside Area **JICREG April 2011