Sunday Independent (Ireland)

Sunday Independent (Ireland)

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The Sunday Independent is a broadsheet Sunday newspaper published in Ireland by Independent News and Media plc. The newspaper is edited by Aengus Fanning, and is the biggest selling Irish Sunday newspaper by a large margin (29.2% of Irish Sunday newspaper readers, according to the Joint National Readership Survey); average circulation of 291,323 between June 2004 and January 2005, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulations. It is now owned by businessman Anthony O'Reilly, and is part of a worldwide newspaper group.


The newspaper is a general Sunday newspaper, covering news and politics. It is published in five sections: News, Sport, Business, Property, and Living, as well as a magazine section. In terms of news, while the newspaper maintains a broadsheet outlook, it has come in for much criticism lately due to its increasing emphasis on lifestyle features in the main section. It has also been criticised for regularly tending towards sensationalism, and for the often opinion-focused, rather than news-focused nature of its articles.Irish Media: A Critical History since 1922by John Horgan,Routledge, 2001 (p. 107) It is probably better described as a middle-of-the-road newspaper, rather than a newspaper of record.

Noted for its trenchant support for Fianna Fáil, and particularly Bertie Ahern and latterly Brian Lenihan, it usually contains articles focused that party and its policies, often at the...
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