Herts and Essex Observer

The Herts and Essex Observer  was first published on April 6, 1861, under the title of the Bishop’s Stortford Observer before the name was changed to the Herts and Essex Observer a year later. A rival publication, the Bishop’s Stortford Gazette, was merged with the Observer shortly after its launch. It is a paid-for newspaper published every Thursday and covers an area focused on Bishop’s Stortford, taking in surrounding towns and villages, including, Sawbridgeworth, Dunmow and Saffron Walden.

Circulation

8,254

Source: ABC Jan-Dec 2015

Average Issue Readership

23,320

Source: JICREG Nov 2016

Day of Publication

Thursday

The place to advertise

The Herts & Essex Observer and hertfordshiremercury.co.uk contain fantastic advertising platforms and opportunities both in-paper and online.

Why advertise online?

Advertising on our website as well as in the newspaper increases the opportunities for your advert to be seen and recalled throughout the day reaching people browsing the very latest local news and sport. Reach our audience from the minute they wake up until the moment they go to sleep while they browse at work, on the go and at home. In an increasingly digital world, our online advertising solutions deliver some of the richest benefits demonstrated by any media channel.

Monthly unique browsers

6,595,000

Source: Omniture August 2017

Monthly page views

21,000,000

Source: Omniture August 2017

Readership Profile

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