Question: Does The Irish Times have a paywall?

The Irish Times introduced a metered paywall five years ago, giving casual readers access to a small articles per week, while impacting heavy users by setting a weekly threshold on number of free articles. A percentage of articles are now Premium, requiring readers to be paid subscribers to view them.

Is Irish Times Free for students?

In addition to the Student Hub area on site, The Irish Times aims to provide a free digital subscription to irishtimes.com via our student digital subscription service. This is for full-time third level undergraduate students in Ireland.

Is The Irish Times Free?

Much of irishtimes.com is entirely free to access. In addition, readers can read up to a number of free articles on the website and on the app every week. Our homepage, section pages, videos, galleries, podcasts and blogs are also free to enjoy.

How much is The Irish Times epaper?

Standard Digital - €12 per month. Premium Digital - €16 per month.

What type of publication is The Irish Times?

The Irish Times is an Irish daily broadsheet newspaper and online digital publication.

How do I cancel my subscription to Irish Times?

You can cancel your Monthly Subscription at any time. To cancel your Monthly Subscription you need to telephone 353 1 6758894 or send an email to cancelmysubscription@irishtimes.com at least ten business days in advance of your monthly billing date, which is calculated in accordance with term (v) above.

How much is The Irish Times on Saturday?

The Irish TimesMonday€2.30Wednesday€2.30Thursday€2.30Friday€2.30Saturday€3.501 more row

Who started the Irish Times?

Major Lawrence Knox 1859: Major Lawrence Knox, a man in his early 20s, establishes The Irish Times.

Which Irish newspaper is conservative?

Irish IndependentIrish Independent front page on 24 November 2005TypeDaily newspaper and digital publicationEditorCormac BourkeFoundedJanuary 1905 (replaced Daily Irish Independent)Political alignmentConservative Populist6 more rows

Can you get The Irish Times delivered?

The home delivery service is provided by The Irish Times. For full information on this service please visit our News Delivery site.

How do I change my subscription to Irish Times?

To cancel your Annual Subscription you need to telephone 353 1 6758894 or send an email to cancelmysubscription@irishtimes.com which must be received by The Irish Times at least ten business days in advance of your annual billing date, which is calculated in accordance with term (vi).

Is the Irish Times state owned?

1900: The Irish Times becomes a public company, but the Arnott family continue as majority shareholders until the 1960s. 1922: The Irish Free State is established and The Irish Times shifts to an independent political line.

Is the Irish Sun a tabloid?

The Sun is a British tabloid newspaper. Regional editions of the newspaper for Scotland (The Scottish Sun), Northern Ireland (The Sun), and the Republic of Ireland (The Irish Sun) are published in Glasgow, Belfast, and Dublin, respectively.

Who is the current editor of The Irish Times?

Paul ONeill PAUL ONEILL is the Editor of The Irish Times. He previously worked as Deputy Editor and has also held the posts of Editorial Director, Business Editor; Deputy News Editor and Crime Correspondent.

Is the Irish Independent a good newspaper?

Thanks to our readers, the Irish Independent remains the best-selling newspaper in the country. In the quality Sunday market, the Sunday Independent continues to be Irelands highest-selling newspaper with 152,417 copies, or 62.7pc of the quality Sunday market share - well over twice that of the Sunday Times.

How do I cancel my Irish subscription?

To cancel your Annual Subscription you need to telephone 353 1 6758894 or send an email to cancelmysubscription@irishtimes.com which must be received by The Irish Times at least ten business days in advance of your annual billing date, which is calculated in accordance with term (vi).

Who owns most of the media in Ireland?

The OBrien and Desmond years In May 2012, Irish entrepreneur Denis OBrien held a 29.9% stake in the company, making him the largest shareholder at the time.

Is the Irish Sun owned by the sun?

The Sun is a British tabloid newspaper. As a broadsheet, it was founded in 1964 as a successor to the Daily Herald, and became a tabloid in 1969 after it was purchased by its current owner. The average circulation for The Sun on Sunday in September 2019 was 1,052,465.

How much is the Irish Sun?

I am writing to notify you that the cover price of The Irish Sun (Mon-Fri) will increase by 10c to €1.20, effective 29th June 2020, The Irish Sun Saturday will increase by 10c to €1.30, effective 4th July 2020 and The Irish Sun on Sunday will increase 10c to €1.30, effective Sunday 5th July 2020.

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