Broadsheet

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Broadsheet Meaning and Definition in Dictionary

Definitions from Wordnet 2.0


  • an advertisement (usually printed on a page or in a leaflet) intended for wide distribution; "he mailed the circular to all subscribers"

Definitions from Wiktionary


  • an advertisement (usually printed on a page or in a leaflet) intended for wide distribution; "he mailed the circular to all subscribers"

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Broadsheet Meaning and Definition in Wikipedia


A broadsheet is a format of a newspaper. It is characterized by long vertical pages measuring 22 inches / 560 millimetres or more. The term "broadsheet" was derived from types of popular prints usually just of a single sheet, sold on the streets and containing various types of material, from ballads to political satire.



Broadsheet Sample Sentences in News


  • Karl Lagerfeld Is Launching a Satirical Broadsheet
    In a move straight out of the 18th century, Karl Lagerfeld has announced that he is launching a "satirical broadsheet." (Between this and the powdered hair, he's really channeling the Enlightenment.) In a few weeks, 150,000 copies of the paper, titled The Karl Daily, will be distributed in Europe and ... More » Read more on this news related to 'Broadsheet'
  • Presenter of RTÉ’s first current affairs programme dies
    The former RTÉ presenter John O’Donoghue has died. Mr O’Donoghue presented the national broadcaster’s first current affairs programme, Broadsheet , in the early 1960s. It aired on January 1st, 1962, and focused on providing a detailed analysis of topical issues and current affairs. Read more on this news related to 'Broadsheet'
  • British press cheer Europe for once after Ryder Cup win
    LONDON - The British press cheered Europe's success in retaining the Ryder Cup in a victory over the United States, with Monday's front pages setting aside barbs aimed at the EU to praise of the team in blue. The front page of broadsheet The Times showed Northern Irish player and world number one Rory McIlroy grasping the cup with a delighted expression as Read more on this news related to 'Broadsheet'

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