Broadsheet Newspapers?


A broadsheet newspaper is regarded to be a more serious and less sensationalist than a tabloid that has a large format, approximately 15 by 24 inches. It is a large piece of paper that is printed with information on one side only and with columns running down the full sheet.
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A broadsheet newspaper is a type of newspaper that is characterized by long vertical pages usually 22 inches or more. The first type of this paper was the Dutch Courante uyt Italien which was published in 1618. These days these newspapers measure approximately 291?„2 by 231?„2 inches or 749 by 597 mm per full broadsheet spread, and are twice the size of a standard tabloid.
Broadsheet is the largest of the various newspaper formats and is characterized by long vertical pages.
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