What political stance is the Observer?
|The Observer front page on 21 January 2018|
|Headquarters||Kings Place, 90 York Way, London|
What happened to the Observer?
The Observer briefly passed out of British ownership in 1976, when it was sold to an American conglomerate, the Atlantic Richfield Company.
Is the Observer a left wing newspaper?
The Observer – centre-left mainstream newspaper published on Sundays.
Can I read the Observer Online?
We allow to read The Observer online, anytime, anywhere.
Who owns Observer Media?
Observer Media is based in Lower Manhattan, New York City, and was owned by businessman Jared Kushner until 2016, when he transferred his ownership into a family trust, through which his brother-in-law Joseph Meyer took over his former role as publisher and chairman in 2017.
Who owns The Observer UK?
The Scott Trust
In the UK, we publish the Guardian newspaper six days a week and the world’s oldest Sunday newspaper, The Observer. We are owned by The Scott Trust. Our ownership structure is unique and exists to secure the financial and editorial independence of the Guardian in perpetuity.
Who reads the Observer newspaper?
The Observer’s audiences are much larger than its circulation suggest, because more than one person will read each newspaper and because many more access The Observer online. Print Observer readers are very equally spread between male and female, about 50-50. They are upmarket readers, 68% class AB, 78% class ABC1.
Does The Observer newspaper have an app?
The world’s oldest Sunday newspaper, on one of the world’s most exciting modern platforms. One of the most asked-for additions to the app has been an option to get the Observer on Sundays.