Liverpool Echo Reviews
Description:Daily publication in Liverpool.
Newest Review: ... but like most papers circulaiton has fallen, though it remains relatively high, compared to others. It has a different feel ... more
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Customer Liverpool Echo Reviews (4)
by - written on 23/04/10 (Very useful, 89 readings)
The Liverpool Echo is a daily (apart from Sunday) newspaper which covers Liverpool, Merseyside and a few surrounding areas. It used to be an evening paper but changes to printing times means that the first city centre edition now hits the newstands at 8.30am, with more editions though the day. It is a red-top paper, tabloid style but like most local papers it has homes, education and jobs supplements on different days through the week. It has been a bit of a Liverpool tradition to buy the 'echo' but like most papers circulaiton has fallen, though it remains relatively high, compared to others. It has a different feel to its sister ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/09 (Useful, 32 readings)
The Liverpool Echo is the largest local newspaper in Liverpool. It is an excellent read. Thursday night is the job night with pages of local jobs. When I was younger the first thing I wanted to do was read the paper when I got back from School. Is usually comes out in the City Centre at around lunchtime and finds its way into shops further afield by about 3pm and a later edition about 5pm. I'm not sure if this is now going to change as reports in the press say that publication will no longer be in Liverpool. I suppose we'll have to wait and see. Many of the older population still buy the Echo. I guess it is a kind of tradition. For me I sopped ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/11/07, updated on 09/11/07 (Very useful, 291 readings)
I was quite surprised to find a review of my local paper on dooyoo, just the one mind, so now heres 2. I buy this paper about 4 or 5 days a week, its printed everyday bar Sunday, and always on a Saturday as it has all the local sports news coverage for the weekend and is also a lot more accurate on its sport then in national papers. There’s a saying in Liverpool that if its not in the Echo then its not true. The cost of the paper is 45p, on a Saturday it goes up to about 60p or 65p since there’s a lot more to read with extra sport news, daily news and catch up news from the week just gone. Since i was a kid, the Liverpool Echo has always been ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/04/01, updated on 04/06/01
The Liverpool Echo has long been called 'The Liverpool Liar'. Originally it was due to the frequent errors within the paper (typing errors, spelling mistakes and so on) but now it is more fitting to call it this over the poor quality and inaccuracy of the journalism. One example of the very poor level of journalism was when the passport crises was at it's height. Reporters from the Liverpool Echo were actually paying people to stand in single file to make the queues look much longer than they really were. Often, it is reported elsewhere that thepaper is guilty of distorting the news as the editors and/or staff were working to their own ... Read the complete review
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