Contents 1 Description 2 History 3 Printing considerations 4 Connotations 5 United Kingdom broadsheets 6 Switch to smaller sizes 6.1 In the United Kingdom 6.2 In the United States 7 Notable broadsheets 7.1 Argentina 7.2 Australia 7.3 Bangladesh 7.4 Brazil 7.5 Canada 7.5.1 National 7.5.2 Atlantic Canada 7.5.3 Quebec 7.5.4 Ontario 7.5.5 The Prairies 7.5.6 West Coast 7.6 Chile 7.7 China 7.8 Colombia 7.9 Denmark 7.10 Dominican Republic 7.11 Ecuador 7.12 Finland 7.13 France 7.14 Germany 7.15 Greece 7.16 Hong Kong 7.17 Hungary 7.18 India 7.19 Indonesia 7.20 Ireland 7.21 Israel 7.22 Italy 7.23 Japan 7.24 Lebanon 7.25 Libya 7.26 Malaysia 7.27 Mauritius 7.28 Mexico 7.29 New Zealand 7.30 Pakistan 7.31 Panama 7.32 Peru 7.33 Philippines 7.34 Poland 7.35 Portugal 7.36 Puerto Rico 7.37 Romania 7.38 Russia 7.39 Singapore 7.40 Sri Lanka 7.41 South Africa 7.42 Spain 7.43 Sweden 7.44 Thailand 7.45 Turkey 7.46 Ukraine 7.47 United Arab Emirates 7.48 United Kingdom 7.48.1 UK wide 7.48.2 England 7.48.3 Scotland 7.49 United States 7.50 Vatican City 8 See also 9 References

Description[edit] Comparison of some newspaper sizes with metric paper sizes. Approximate nominal dimensions are in millimetres. Many broadsheets measure approximately 29 1⁄2 by 23 1⁄2 inches (749 by 597 mm) per full broadsheet spread, twice the size of a standard tabloid. Australian and New Zealand broadsheets always have a paper size of A1 per spread (841 by 594 mm or 33.1 by 23.4 in). South African broadsheet newspapers have a double-page spread sheet size of 820 by 578 mm or 32.3 by 22.8 in (single-page live print area of 380 x 545 mm). Others measure 22 inches or 560 millimetres vertically. In the United States, the traditional dimensions for the front page half of a broadsheet are 15 inches (381 mm) wide by 22 3⁄4 inches (578 mm) long. However, in efforts to save newsprint costs many U.S. newspapers [1] have downsized to 12 inches (305 mm) wide by 22 3⁄4 inches (578 mm) long for a folded page.[2][3] Many rate cards and specification cards refer to the "broadsheet size" with dimensions representing the front page "half of a broadsheet" size, rather than the full, unfolded broadsheet spread. Some quote actual page size and others quote the "printed area" size. The two versions of the broadsheet are: Full broadsheet – The full broadsheet typically is folded vertically in half so that it forms four pages (the front page front and back and the back page front and back). The four pages are called a spread. Inside broadsheets are nested accordingly. Half broadsheet – The half broadsheet is usually an inside page that is not folded vertically and just includes a front and back. In uncommon instances, an entire newspaper can be a two-page half broadsheet or four-page full broadsheet. Totally self-contained advertising circulars inserted in a newspaper in the same format are referred to as broadsheets. Broadsheets typically are also folded horizontally in half to accommodate newsstand display space. The horizontal fold however does not affect the page numbers and the content remains vertical. The most important newspaper stories are placed "above the (horizontal) fold." This contrasts with tabloids which typically do not have a horizontal fold (although tabloids usually have the four page to a sheet spread format). The broadsheet has since emerged as the most popular format for the dissemination of printed news. The world's most widely circulated English-language daily broadsheet is The Times of India, a leading English-language daily newspaper from India, followed closely by Wall Street Journal from the United States, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulations.

History[edit] Historically, broadsheets developed after the British in 1712 placed a tax on newspapers based on the number of their pages. Larger formats, however, had long been signs of status in printed objects, and still are in many places, and outside Britain the broadsheet developed for other reasons, including style and authority, unrelated to the British tax structure. The original purpose of the broadsheet, or broadside, was for the purpose of posting royal proclamations, acts, and official notices. Eventually the people began using the broadsheet as a source for political activism by reprinting speeches, ballads or narrative songs originally performed by bards. With the early mechanization of the 19th century came an increase in production of printed materials including the broadside as well as the competing penny dreadful. In this period newspapers all over Europe began to print their issues on broadsheets. However, in the United Kingdom, the main competition for the broadside was the gradual reduction of the newspaper tax, beginning in the 1830s, and eventually its dismissal in 1855.[4] With the increased production of newspapers and literacy, the demand for visual reporting and journalists led to the blending of broadsides and newspapers, creating the modern broadsheet newspaper.

Printing considerations[edit] Modern printing facilities most efficiently print broadsheet sections in multiples of eight pages (with four front pages and four back pages). The broadsheet is then cut in half during the process. Thus the newsprint rolls used are defined by the width necessary to print four front pages. The width of a newsprint roll is called its web. Thus the new 12-inch-wide front page broadsheet newspapers in the United States use a 48-inch web newsprint roll. With profit margins narrowing for newspapers in the wake of competition from broadcast, cable television, and the internet, newspapers are looking to standardize the size of the newsprint roll. The Wall Street Journal with its 12-inch wide frontpage was printed on 48-inch web newsprint. Early adopters in the downsizing of broadsheets initially used a 50-inch web (​12 1⁄2-inch front pages). However the 48-inch web is now rapidly becoming the definitive standard in the U.S. The New York Times held out on the downsizing until July 2006, saying it would stick to its 54-inch web (​13 1⁄2-inch front page). However, the paper adopted the narrower format beginning Monday, 6 August 2007. The smaller newspapers also have the advantage of being easier to handle, particularly among commuters.

Connotations[edit] In some countries, especially Australia, Canada, the UK, and the U.S., broadsheet newspapers are commonly perceived to be more intellectual in content than their tabloid counterparts. They tend to use their greater size to publish stories exploring topics in depth, while carrying less sensationalist and celebrity-oriented material. This distinction is most obvious on the front page: whereas tabloids tend to have a single story dominated by a headline, broadsheets allow two or more stories to be displayed, of which the most important sit at the top of the page—"above the fold". In other countries, such as Spain, a small format is the universal standard for newspapers—a popular, sensational press has had difficulty taking root—and the tabloid size does not carry such impliedly pejorative connotations. On the other hand, a few newspapers, such as the German Bild-Zeitung and others throughout central Europe are clearly tabloids in terms of content, but use the physical broadsheet format.

United Kingdom broadsheets[edit] In the United Kingdom, two major daily broadsheets are distributed nationwide, and two on Sundays: The Daily Telegraph and The Sunday Telegraph Financial Times The Sunday Times As of April 2011, the average circulation of The Daily Telegraph was around 640,000 copies daily and the Financial Times around 372,000, while the circulations of The Guardian and The Independent, both of them previously published in broadsheet format, were 264,000 and 181,000, respectively.[5] The Herald and The Press and Journal are Scottish broadsheets, though the latter is not a true national newspaper as it is primarily distributed in North East Scotland.

Switch to smaller sizes[edit] In the United Kingdom[edit] In 2003, The Independent started concurrent production of both broadsheet and tabloid ("compact") editions, carrying exactly the same content. The Times did likewise, but with less apparent success, with readers vocally opposing the change. The Independent ceased to be available in broadsheet format in May 2004, and The Times followed suit from November 2004; The Scotsman is also now published only in tabloid format. The Guardian switched to the "Berliner" or "midi" format found in some other European countries (slightly larger than a traditional tabloid) on 12 September 2005. It was announced in June 2017 that the Guardian would again change format to tabloid size – the first tabloid edition was published on 15 January 2018. The main motivation cited for this shift is that commuters prefer papers which they can hold easily on public transport, and it is presumably hoped that other readers will also find the smaller formats more convenient. In the United States[edit] In the United States, The Wall Street Journal made headlines when it announced its overseas version would convert to a tabloid on 17 October 2005.[6] There was strong debate in the U.S. on whether or not the rest of the national papers will, or even should, follow the trend of the British papers and The Wall Street Journal.[7] The Wall Street Journal overseas edition switched back to a broadsheet format in 2015.[8][9]

Notable broadsheets[edit] This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries. Argentina[edit] La Nación, a national newspaper. Since 31 October 2016, only weekend editions are printed on the traditional broadsheet format.[10] Los Andes, Mendoza's newspaper. La Gaceta, Tucumán's newspaper. La voz del interior, Córdoba's newspaper. Australia[edit] The Australian, a national newspaper Bangladesh[edit] Most Bangladeshi daily newspapers are broadsheets. The Daily Star, a Bangladeshi broadsheet English-language daily. The Bangladesh Observer, oldest continuously published English-language daily in Bangladesh. Daily Naya Diganta, a broadsheet Bengali-language daily in Bangladesh. The Daily Ittefaq, oldest and most circulated newspaper of Bangladesh. New Age The Independent Brazil[edit] Most Brazilian newspapers are broadsheets, including the four most important: O Globo, Rio de Janeiro Folha de S.Paulo, São Paulo O Estado de S. Paulo, São Paulo Estado de Minas, Belo Horizonte Canada[edit] Almost all of Canada's major daily newspapers are broadsheets.[11] Newspapers are in English, unless stated otherwise. National[edit] The Globe and Mail The National Post Le Devoir (French) Atlantic Canada[edit] The Telegram, St. John's The Chronicle-Herald, Halifax The Times & Transcript, Moncton The Telegraph Journal, Saint John, New Brunswick The Daily Gleaner, Fredericton The Charlottetown Guardian Cape Breton Post, Sydney, Nova Scotia Quebec[edit] The Gazette, Montreal La Presse, Montreal (French) Le Devoir, Montreal (French) Ontario[edit] The Hamilton Spectator The Kingston Whig-Standard The London Free Press The Ottawa Citizen The Pembroke Daily Observer The Peterborough Examiner The St. Catharines Standard The Sudbury Star The Chronicle-Journal The Toronto Star The Waterloo Region Record, Kitchener-Waterloo and Cambridge The Windsor Star The Prairies[edit] The Winnipeg Free Press The Brandon Sun, Brandon, Manitoba The Saskatoon Star-Phoenix The Regina Leader Post The Edmonton Journal The Red Deer Advocate, Red Deer, Alberta The Calgary Herald The Lethbridge Herald West Coast[edit] The Vancouver Sun, Vancouver, British Columbia The Victoria Times-Colonist, Victoria, British Columbia Chile[edit] El Mercurio El Sur China[edit] China Daily Colombia[edit] El Tiempo El Espectador (switched to tabloid in 2008[12]) El Colombiano (switched to tabloid in 2012[12]) El Pais Denmark[edit] Jyllands-Posten (switched to tabloid in 2008) Politiken[13] Dominican Republic[edit] Listín Diario Hoy La Información, Santiago de los Caballeros Ecuador[edit] Most are broadsheets Finland[edit] Keskisuomalainen Turun Sanomat Österbottens Tidning France[edit] L'Équipe (formerly) Germany[edit] Die Zeit Die Welt Süddeutsche Zeitung Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung Der Tagesspiegel Greece[edit] Kathimerini Estia Hong Kong[edit] South China Morning Post Hong Kong Economic Journal Hungary[edit] Népszabadság Magyar Nemzet India[edit] Almost all major newspapers in India are broadsheets. Tabloids are mostly found in small-circulation local or rural papers. "Law Sapient" Amar Ujala Anandabazar Patrika Anandabazar Patrika Eenadu Aajkaal Bartaman DNA Deccan Chronicle Deccan Herald Dinamalar Dinathanthi Dainik Jagran Dainik Bhaskar Ei Samay Ekdin Ganashakti Hindustan Hosa Digantha Kannada Prabha Lokmat Prajavani Pudhari Sakshi Sakal Saamana Samyuktha Karnataka Sangbad Pratidin State Times Sudharma The Financial Express The Indian Express The Economic Times The Hindustan Times The Hindu The Hitavada The New Indian Express The Statesman The Telegraph The Times of India Dainik Navajyoti Malayala Manorama Mathrubhumi Varthabharathi Imphal Free Press Udayavani Vijaya Karnataka Vijaya Vani Vishwavani Deepika Indonesia[edit] Jawa Pos Kompas Ireland[edit] The Irish Examiner The Irish Independent only Business, Motors, Property supplements the rest switched to tabloid in December 2012, but Sport On Saturday became broadsheet on 29 August 2015. The Irish Times The Sunday Business Post The Sunday Independent Israel[edit] Haaretz Makor Rishon Italy[edit] Avvenire Corriere della Sera Corriere del Mezzogiorno Corriere del Trentino Corriere dello Sport – Stadio Il Foglio Il Mattino Il Messaggero Il Sole 24 Ore La Sicilia Tuttosport Japan[edit] Asahi Shimbun Chunichi Shimbun Mainichi Shimbun Nihon Keizai Shimbun Nikkan Sports Sankei Shimbun Seikyo Shimbun Shimbun Akahata Tokyo Sports Yomiuri Shimbun The Japan Times (English) Lebanon[edit] An-Nahar Libya[edit] Libya Al Mayadeen Malaysia[edit] Newspapers such as New Straits Times and Berita Harian used to be published in broadsheet, but were published in smaller size instead, from 2005 and 2008, respectively. However, almost all Chinese newspapers in the country continue to publish in broadsheet. The Borneo Post Utusan Borneo Utusan Malaysia Nanyang Siang Pau Sin Chew Daily Kwong Wah Yit Poh Mauritius[edit] L'Express The Independent Mexico[edit] El Informador, Guadalajara, Jalisco El Universal, Mexico City El Norte, Monterrey, Nuevo León New Zealand[edit] The New Zealand Herald, Auckland. Only the Saturday edition is broadsheet, the weekday editions switched to tabloid in September 2012. Waikato Times, Hamilton The Dominion Post, Wellington The Press, Christchurch Otago Daily Times, Dunedin Taranaki Daily News, New Plymouth The Southland Times, Invercargill Pakistan[edit] All Pakistan regional and national newspapers are broadsheets. Pakistan Today is the first and only paper in Berliner format. The News International Dawn Express Tribune The Daily Times Daily Express The Nation Panama[edit] La Prensa Formerly:*La Estrella de Panamá (Tabloid) Peru[edit] El Comercio, Lima Philippines[edit] Philippine Daily Inquirer The Philippine Star Manila Bulletin Manila Standard The Manila Times The Daily Tribune BusinessWorld Business Mirror Poland[edit] All of Poland's quality national dailies (Gazeta Wyborcza, Rzeczpospolita, Nasz Dziennik, and Dziennik Polska-Europa-Świat) are now published in compact format. Portugal[edit] Expresso, Lisboa[14] Puerto Rico[edit] El Mundo Romania[edit] Jurnalul Național, Bucharest Russia[edit] Izvestia Kommersant Russia Beyond the Headlines "Rossiyskaya Gazeta" Singapore[edit] The Straits Times Sri Lanka[edit] The Sunday Leader South Africa[edit] Beeld Pretoria News The Star The Sunday Times Die Burger The Cape Times Spain[edit] All newspapers in Spain are printed in compact format. Sweden[edit] The first major Swedish newspaper to leave the broadsheet format and start printing in tabloid format was Svenska Dagbladet, on 16 November 2000. As of August 2004, there were 26 broadsheet newspapers in total, with a combined circulation of 1,577,700 and 50 newspapers in tabloid with a combined circulation of 1,129,400. On 5 October 2004, the morning newspapers Göteborgs-Posten, Dagens Nyheter, Sydsvenskan and Östersunds-Posten all switched to tabloid, thus making it the leading format for morning newspapers in Sweden by volume of circulation. Most other broadsheet newspapers have followed since. The last daily Swedish newspaper to switch to tabloid was Jönköpings-Posten, 6 November 2013.[15] Thailand[edit] Thairath (Thai: ไทยรัฐ) The Bangkok Post Turkey[edit] Most of the newspapers in Turkey are printed on this format. Notable ones include: Cumhuriyet Sabah Hurriyet Milliyet Posta Zaman Ukraine[edit] Dzerkalo Tyzhnia United Arab Emirates[edit] Khaleej Times The National Gulf News United Kingdom[edit] UK wide[edit] The Daily Telegraph (The Sunday Telegraph) The Financial Times (Monday to Saturday Only) The Times (The Sunday Times only) England[edit] Yorkshire Post Scotland[edit] The Herald United States[edit] Almost all major papers in the United States are broadsheets. Albuquerque Journal The Arizona Republic The Atlanta Journal-Constitution The Bakersfield Californian The Baltimore Sun The Birmingham News The Boston Globe The Buffalo News The Charlotte Observer Chattanooga Times Free Press Chicago Tribune The Courier Journal The Daily Pennsylvanian The Dallas Morning News The Democrat and Chronicle The Denver Post Detroit Free Press The Epoch Times The Florida Times-Union The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead The Fresno Bee The Grand Rapids Press Houston Chronicle The Indianapolis Star The Kansas City Star Las Vegas Review-Journal Los Angeles Daily News Los Angeles Times The Miami Herald Milwaukee Journal Sentinel New York Law Journal The New York Sun The New York Times The Oklahoman The Orange County Register Orlando Sentinel The Philadelphia Inquirer Pittsburgh Post-Gazette The Plain Dealer Portland Press Herald Press-Telegram The Providence Journal The Seattle Times The Salt Lake Tribune San Antonio Express-News The San Bernardino Sun San Francisco Chronicle Santa Fe New Mexican Star Tribune The Star-Ledger The Sun Tampa Bay Times The Tampa Tribune The Times-Picayune U-T San Diego USA Today Vineyard Gazette The Wall Street Journal The Washington Post The Washington Times The Wichita Eagle The Zephyrhills News Vatican City[edit] L'Osservatore Romano

See also[edit] Journalism portal Berliner Compact List of newspapers Newspaper format Paper size Tabloid

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