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  • n. Plural form of freesheet.


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  • "From my experience working on Metro in New York and now thelondonpaper here, I know that these kind of freesheets appeal mostly to young people, aged 18 to 35, who do not currently read a newspaper", he says.

    Will All Newspapers be Free in the Future? | Impact Lab

  • The Culture, Media and Sport Committee also believes that council "freesheets", which compete with local newspapers, should be investigated by the Office of Fair Trading.

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  • The emergence of 'freesheets', such as City AM (pictured) or Metro, over the last few years has provided yet another challenge to the beleaguered 'traditional newspaper' business model.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • The publicly funded buses run, double yellow lines prohibit parking, The Evening Standard is on sale at the publicly owned Tube and Docklands Light Railway stations, freesheets are handed out, shoppers congregate, the public drives and walks through uninvited, and the Metropolitan Police patrol.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • But with morning and evening freesheets in London, is an individual voice and a point of view enough of a unique selling point?

    Strange Attractor » 2007 » June

  • Kevin: Someonee left this link on a post about distributors of freesheets dumping them, calling circulation figures into question.

    Strange Attractor » 2007 » April

  • I see piles of these freesheets blowing all over London.

    Strange Attractor » 2007 » April

  • Let's make the tube a giant, free library and put the freesheets out of business once and for all.

    June 2007

  • Now these look as relevant as estate agents 'freesheets offering timeshares in Spain.

    Who will be the change?

  • This award is for any individual advertisement, or part of a campaign, that has been published in the UK, either in the nationals, locals, magazines or freesheets.

    Archive 2008-09-01


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