Aberdeen Journals Ltd
About Aberdeen Journals Ltd
Aberdeen Journals is owned by DC Thomson & Co Ltd. It is based at Lang Stracht, Mastrick, Aberdeen and produces the following titles: The Press and Journal, Evening Express, Aberdeen Citizen, Scot-Ads.
The Press and Journal was first published as a weekly title on Dec 29th 1747 and was known as The Aberdeen’s Journal. It was published on a weekly basis for 128 years until August 1876, when it became a daily newspaper. In November 1922, the paper was renamed The Aberdeen Press & Journal when its parent firm joined forces with the Free Press.
The Evening Express reaches a region of great industry and prosperity. Covering the whole of Aberdeenshire, the title has Aberdeen at its heart. The city was recently described as being one of the world’s top places to live for quality of life and is also the Energy Capital of Europe. The Evening Express plays a vital role to the people of Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire. More adults in the north east of Scotland turn to the Evening Express to keep in touch with what’s going on in the region than any other media. With a readership of 181,000 adults every week, the Evening Express reaches 58% of the total population of a key region.
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