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.
The Liverpool Echo is published by Trinity Mirror and provides readers with local news, jobs, sport and entertainment.
The paper is published every day of the week and produces a number of editions throughout the day, from morning to evening. Known locally as “The Echo”, it is primarily an evening newspaper, whereas the Liverpool Daily Post used to be the city’s local morning paper. However, the Daily Post ceased to exist on 19th December 2013 after over 150 years.
In 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, the Liverpool Echo has become popular online and provides local news stories on their website as well as on social media. Daily updates, news feeds, important announcements and more can be read directly from the website for free.