Liverpool Echo Newspaper
The Liverpool Echo is a local newspaper with a readership of around half a million people. It is the second most read newspaper in the country, after the Evening Standard.
Along with the Liverpool Daily Post, the Liverpool Echo is published by Trinity Mirror on Merseyside and provides readers with local news, jobs, sport and entertainment.
The Liverpool Echo is published each weekday and produces a number of editions throughout the day from morning right through to evening. It is primarily the local’s evening newspaper whereas the Liverpool Daily Post is more popular as the morning newspaper.
In 1904 the Liverpool Daily Post merged with the Mercury, but kept the same title and following on from this it was then re-launched in tabloid format in the 1980’s.
In 1999, Trinity merged with Mirror Group Newspapers to become Trinity Mirror, the largest publishers of newspapers in the country.
In the year 2007 it was announced that the Liverpool Echo had won the bid to the new arena in the Albert Dock. It is now known as the Liverpool Echo Arena.
With the vast increase of online activity and more or less every human in the UK having an internet connection, the Liverpool Echo has become popular online and provides its local news stories not only in their newspaper but also on their official website. Daily updates, news feeds, important announcements and more can be read directly from the website for free.