(Exeter) Express & Echo Reviews
Description:Six evenings a week nearly 100,000 people read the seven editions of the Echo serving an area from Exmouth to Honiton, Tiverton to Crediton and Mid Devon, Dawlish to Newton Abbot and Teignbridge and parts of West Devon.
Newest Review: ... something which is only fit to wrap fish and chips is really a little much. They would get a much better audience if they ... more
Customer (Exeter) Express & Echo Reviews (3)
by - written on 10/04/10, updated on 10/04/10 (Useful, 31 readings)
My advice to the Express and Echo, would be to bring out less papers with more in them. Currently the paper comes out 6 days a week, and contains very little. I believe my last copy cost me 36p, which for something which is only fit to wrap fish and chips is really a little much. They would get a much better audience if they brought out more content less often. From my experience, the reporters and photographers are friendly enough, and they always get people's names right etc. However generally the articles are badly written, contentious and frankly it provides me with about five minutes of reading. Comparing it with local papers from other (much smaller) ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/08/08, updated on 31/08/08 (Useful, 253 readings)
The Exeter Express & Echo is the local newspaper serving the Exeter area. It contains accounts of a varied selection of news from OAPs hitting little boys over the head to how well Exeter City performed over the weekend. It is perhaps not the most intellectual of newspaper however many residents in Exeter purchase it simply to be aware of anything that may affect them or just to be in the know of everything going on around them. My personal opinion of the Express & Echo is that it always seems biased and has recently slipped further down in my estimations. I don't really know why I buy it anymore. It's very rare that anything is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/03/04, updated on 02/03/04
Express and Echo - Advantages: daily, free at work, useful as toilet paper - Disadvantages: completely biased, illiterate journalists, fascist rag
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