Manchester Evening News Contact

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Manchester Evening News is the main newspaper for the Manchester area. It publishes local news, national news, traffic, entertainment, event listings and sport.

Why would I call Manchester Evening News Contact?

  • To inform them of a news story.
  • To make a complaint about a news story.
  • To have your event listed by the newspaper or website.
  • To add a business listing to the website.
  • To report a traffic incident.
  • To submit a family notice, such as a death or birth.

Manchester Evening News Services

News (National and Local)

Manchester Evening News is focused on news around Manchester and the surrounding areas, but the website also details national news. Examples of this include: world news, UK news, celebrity news and fashion news. The topic could be lottery numbers, news about the upcoming EU referendum or showbiz news.

Local news is available for all areas of Greater Manchester. This includes areas such as:

  • Altrincham
  • Bolton
  • Castleton
  • Didsbury
  • Eccles
  • Fallowfield
  • Glossop
  • Harpurhey
  • Irlam
  • Longsight
  • Middleton
  • Newton Heath
  • Oldham
  • Prestwich
  • Rochdale
  • Sale
  • Tameside
  • Urmston
  • Wigan

Advertising

Businesses can advertise their services in the Manchester Evening News.

Why should a business advertise with the Manchester Evening News?

  • One of the largest media providers in the North West, reaching 7 out of 10 people in Manchester each week.
  • The online edition of the paper has 2.4 million unique users every month.
  • The Manchester Evening News circulates 130,000 copies every day.
  • The free morning newspaper, the Metro, is also part of the M.E.N portfolio.

Business

If you are a business owner in the Greater Manchester area, the Manchester Evening News can be a great resource for you. There is news about local businesses, property news, news about professionals, innovations, startups and more. You’ll also be able to see the share prices of local businesses.

What’s On

If you live in Greater Manchester, the Manchester Evening News is a great resource to find out what’s happening in your area. This could be concerts, events, festivals, theatre or nightlife. You can see a full guide of things to do at the weekend or over school holidays. If you’re hosting an event, you can also add it to the local listings.

Sports

Manchester is a city of sport, with a football rivalry that is one of the fiercest in the country. As a result, the Manchester Evening News has extensive sports coverage.

Subscriptions

You could save up to 15% by subscribing to the Manchester Evening News. You simply set up a Direct Debit and you will receive vouchers to hand into the newsagent in exchange for the newspaper.

Complaints

If there is a factual inaccuracy that you notice in the Manchester Evening News, which does not relate to you, you can contact the editorial team via email.

Buy, sell and tell

Buy, sell and tell is the Manchester Evening News range of services including:

  • Jobs
  • Cars/motorbikes
  • Property
  • Business directory
  • Travel
  • Dating
  • Buy/sell
  • Private/trade adverts

Manchester Evening News App

The Manchester Evening News app has been recently re-designed. It now has a user friendly interface to help you get the latest news from Greater Manchester. It’s customisable to help you decide which news you want to read; for instance sport or business. You’ll also get to see the latest event listings and what’s on guides. It’s free to download from the Apple App Store and on Android.

About Manchester Evening News

The Manchester Evening News was first published back in 1868 by Mitchell Henry, as part of an election campaign. Following the election, the newspaper was sold to the owner of the Manchester Guardian, which is now known as the Guardian. It became the evening version of the morning paper. It was later sold to another company, before becoming a part of the Guardian family again in the 1920’s, until it was sold to the Trinity Mirror Group in 2010.

Contradicting the ‘evening’ title of the paper, the paper began publishing a morning edition in 2004. A year later, the company began published MEN Lite, a free version of the newspaper which was to be distributed to commuters.

In 2006, the Lite edition was dropped and instead the main newspaper was made free in Manchester city centre, with residents outside the area paying for the newspaper. As of 2010, it was announced that the paper would no longer be distributed for free except for on Tuesdays and Fridays in certain locations such as Manchester Airport and local hospitals.

Today, the Manchester Evening News is published every day except for Sunday. It has an average daily circulation of around 52,000, of which around 25,000 are paid for. The newspaper has a political alignment with the Labour party.

The newspaper headquarters can be found in Chadderton, Greater Manchester. The current editor of the newspaper is Rob Irvine. Irvine has been in the editor position since 2012; he has worked in the newspaper industry for 27 years, having worked at local papers in Wales and Cheshire.

The newspaper has a team of journalists working across a range of editorial sections such as; politics, local Government, trade unions, court, education, religion, health, breaking news and digital.

About Trinity Mirror

Trinity Mirror is the largest newspaper, magazine and online publisher. It publishes 240 regional newspapers, as well as the national Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and People. It also publishes the Scottish Sunday Mail and Daily Record. In 2015, the company purchased Local World for £220 million. This sale helped the company to gain a further 83 publications.

The Trinity Mirror headquarters can be found in Canary Wharf, London. There are a number of local newsrooms for the company across the UK, for example in Liverpool. The local newsrooms are used to produce content for the local newspapers, as well as online content for a wider range of publications.

Trinity Mirror is listed on the London Stock Exchange; it was first listed back in 1953. In 2014, the company made a profit of around £81 million. In 2015, it had over 4,000 employees across the business.

The chairman of the board for the Trinity Mirror is David Grigson. The CEO is Simon Fox.

For more about the Manchester Evening News or Trinity Mirror, call Manchester Evening News Contact.




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