Belfast Telegraph to drop evening edition

The Belfast Telegraph, which started a morning edition in 2005, is to stop producing an evening edition.

17th April, 2012

The Belfast Telegraph, which started a morning edition in 2005, is to stop producing an evening edition.

The BBC reported that the paper would switch to morning editions only from this Friday.

Owned by Independent News & Media, the Belfast Telegraph reported average circulation of 53,771 in the second half of 2011, a drop of 8.1 per cent.

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