Tuesday, October 23, 2007


Print Media.
The Herald is our time-honoured daily and this must be the very first pink edition, all in the spirit of Breast cancer awareness and as a fund raiser. The Herald offers coloured photos of all the happenings, has supplements and covers local and world news, editorial and the classifieds. A change to tabloid size and a new print works were set up in more recent years.
The Sydney Morning Herald is big and also from Fairfax press.
The Australian is a major national daily. The Star: free, weekly newspaper with local doings. The Post and several small suburban papers are others.
Sunny Days is a bright, new and free monthly magazine all about families and all profits are dedicated to early intervention (to support young children with disabilities and developmental delay). Another magazine, Sydney's Child, is a similar guide.
The names are web linked.


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Hyderabad Daily Photo said...

Interesting idea (pink newspaper to boost awareness). Thanks for the quick intro to Australian newspapers.

Here, we have a couple of financial newspapers (The Economic Times and The Financial Express) which have different colors (beige). When it was started I wondered why the different color, and was told that it was from improved readability. It does not look like that to me though. The online versions of some newspapers here are WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) and it looks exactly as it does on the printed copy. I find this very useful because if I find an interesting article or photo, I can go to the online version and save or send a copy of it from there.