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date: 19 September 2019

broadsheet 

Source:
A Dictionary of Journalism
Author(s):

Tony Harcup

A large-format *newspaper as opposed to a *tabloid or *compact; the standard broadsheet page size in the UK is 750 mm by 600 mm and there are variations in other countries. A broadsheet will normally be folded in half horizontally for display in shops. The broadsheet format allows for numerous stories and other items to be featured on each page, with the most eye-catching material typically placed ... ...

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