World's Highest Selling Newspapers

 

NO

newspaper

Country

Circulation

Size

1

Yomiuri Shimbun

Japan

10,110,000

N/A

2

Asahi Shimbun

Japan

8,000,000

N/A

3

Bild-Zeitung

Germany

3,970,000

T

 

Highest  Selling English Language daily papers

 

NO

newspaper

Country

Circulation

Size

1

The Sun

UK

3,541,002

T

2

USA Today

US

2,612,946

T

3

The Daily Mail

UK

2,342,982

T

4

The Daily Mirror

UK

2,148,058

T

5

The Times of India

India

2,144,842

B

6

The Wall Street Journal

US

2,070,498

N/A

7

The Hindustan Times

India

1,857,000

N/A

8

The New York Times

US

1,680,582

N/A

9

The Los Angeles Times

US

1,253,849

N/A

10

The Washington Post

US

1,000,565

N/A

11

The Chicago Tribune

US

953,814

N/A

12

The Daily Telegraph

UK

923,815

B

13

The Daily Express

UK

916,055

T

14

The Hindu

India

853,475

N/A

15

The New York Daily News

US

835,121

N/A

16

The Daily Star

UK

819,203

T

17

The Philadelphia Inquirer

US

744,242

N/A

18

The Houston Chronicle

US

720,711

N/A

19

The Detroit News

US

682,798

N/A

20

The Times

UK

619,682

B

 

 

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ind of newspapers size

 

 

Tabloid

A tabloid is a newspaper format particularly popular in the United Kingdom.

A tabloid newspaper is roughly 23 by 14 3/4 inches (597 mm 375 mm) per spread.

 

Broadsheet

A broadsheet newspaper is roughly 29 by 23 inches (74.9 cm 59.7 cm) per spread.

Australian and New Zealand broadsheets always have a paper size of A1 per spread (84.1cm by 59.4cm).

 

Berliner

Berliner, or "midi", is a newspaper format with pages normally measuring about 470 mm 315 mm, i.e. slightly taller but only marginally wider than in the format known as "tabloid". It is used by many European newspapers,