Tuesday, 1 February 2011

The Metro and The Bromley Times

The Metro is the name of a free daily newspaper, launched in London in 1999 and can now be found in 14 UK unban centres and is also now the fourth largest daily newspaper. It is part of the same media group as the Daily Mail and The Mail on Sunday which are published by Associated Newspapers Ltd who are part of the Daily Mail and General Trust. The Metrol is avaliable from Monday to Friday excluding bank holidays on most public transport services across the United Kingdom. It now prints 1.3m copies daily and has 3.5m readers this is mainly due to the paper being left on various different trains and buses.

The Bromley Times is a weekly free tabloid newspaper for the Bromley Borough of south-eastern London. Its published by the Kentish Times Newspapers, a brand of Archant London which is one of the country's largest independant media businesses. Archant London own many national papers, many of these are free papers including; Chislehurst times. They also own, magazines such as, business to business life. The Bromley Times is distributed by several different means, besides door-to-door deliveries, a small number of copies are sold in supermarkets and pertrol stations. Many are distrubted by handout at Bromley railway stations and shopping centre's near by. There is also an e-edition alvaliable on the well constructed website: www.bromleytimes.co.uk

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