The Mid-Ulster Mail is a weekly tabloid newspaper, which comes out every Thursday. It is a paid newspaper, which circulates in the town of Cookstown in Northern Ireland, the county of Tyrone, as well as Magherafelt and southern County Derry. However, the readers have also the option of reading their newspaper online in a digital format upon a paid subscription.
The newspaper was founded in 1891. It’s published by Morton Newspapers, part of Johnston Press. Johnston Press is a local and regional multimedia organisation in the UK. It provides news and information services to the communities through its extensive portfolio of publications and websites. The Johnston Press monthly coverage varies from local news to events and information, making it also a good platform for regional advertisers to connect with local audiences.
The editorial team is breaking the news from its central offices in Cookstown, but there’s also a local sub-office in Magherafelt -- a social, economic and political hub in the south area of the Londonderry County.
There are two editions that come out -- the main edition and a South Derry edition for Magherafelt. There’s also an associated freesheet, the Mid-Ulster Echo, which shares the same website with Mid-Ulster Mail.
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