Posted March 07, 2018 01:36:54 Australian newspapers are getting a bit less attention these days, but there is still plenty of quality in the market.
In 2017, The Australian newspaper ranked the median daily reading level of the newspapers in its coverage of the media in Australia, and it is currently about average.
The newspaper said its average reading level was a “very low” of 3.2 per cent, which is above the national average of 3 per cent.
In its 2017 Australian Newsroom article, The Age newspaper said that its average readership was around 4 per cent of all Australians, which was a little more than the national figure of 3 percent.
The Age also said its readership in Australia is currently “the lowest it has been in years”, and that the average daily readership of The Age is now just under 3 per year.
The Daily Telegraph, The Drum, The Courier-Mail, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph Weekly and The Daily Mail all posted average daily reading levels of around 4.1 per cent in 2017.
The New York Times ranked Australia as the 10th most-read newspaper in 2017, according to its “most read” list, and the article said that the Australian newspaper was the second-most-read in the world.
The Guardian newspaper said it was the most-trusted news source in Australia in 2017 and was the only newspaper that could “save you a lot of time and money”.
The article said it had a daily readerships of about 2.8 million, while the ABC had a readership on average of just over 2.5 million.