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[May 16, 2013]

Newspapers in Sweden- Industry Update, a new report published by Heernet Ventures

May 16, 2013 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- The UK-based media advisory and research firm, Heernet Ventures Limited has published a new 18 page report providing the industry update on newspapers in Sweden. It covers key areas such as industry size, structure and competitive environment. Key data in this report includes information on number of newspapers, circulation, adspend, leading newspapers, leading newspaper websites, newspaper market major players and deals activities in the sector. The report contains 24 tables and charts of key industry data.

Table of Contents Overview Industry Size/Structure Recent Developments Competitive Environment Table of Figures Figure 1. Sweden Newspapers, Adspend (2005-12) Figure 2. Sweden Newspapers, Adspend Forecast (2005-13f) Figure 3. Sweden Newspapers, Adspend share by type of newspapers (2005-11) Figure 4. Sweden Newspapers, Share of Advertising Categories in Daily Morning Newspapers (2010-11) Figure 5. Sweden Newspapers, Share of Advertising Categories in Daily Evening Newspapers (2010-11) Figure 6. Sweden Newspapers, Share of Advertising Categories in Daily Local Newspapers (2010-11) Figure 7. Sweden Newspapers, KPI (2004-11) Figure 8. Sweden Newspapers, No of Paid Newspapers (2005-11) Figure 9. Sweden Newspapers, Circulation by Type of Newspaper (2005-11) Figure 10. Sweden Newspapers, Top 10 Newspapers by Circulation (2011-12) Figure 11. Sweden Newspapers, Leading Metropolitan Newspapers by Circulation (2010-11) Figure 12. Sweden Newspapers, Leading Local Newspapers by Circulation (2010-11) Figure 13. Sweden Newspapers, Leading Local Newspapers by Circulation (2010-11) Figure 14. Sweden Newspapers, Reach of Newspapers (2005-11) Figure 15. Sweden Newspapers, Daily Reach of Paid Newspapers (2010-11) Figure 16. Sweden Newspapers, Sunday Reach of Paid Newspapers (2010-11) Figure 17. Sweden Newspapers, Reach of Free Newspapers (2011) Figure 18. Sweden Newspapers, Weekly Reach of Newspaper Websites (2012) Figure 19. Sweden Newspapers, Leading National Newspaper Websites (Week 18 2012-13) Figure 20. Sweden Newspapers, Daily Leading Local Newspaper Websites (Week 18 2012-13) Figure 21. Sweden Newspapers, Leading Newspaper mobile websites and applications (Week 19 2012-13) Figure 22. Sweden Newspapers, Mergers and Acquisitions Figure 23. Sweden Newspapers, Recent Industry Developments Figure 24. Sweden Newspapers, Major Players For further information and to order the report: http://g2mi.com/premium_reports.php reportName=Newspapers%20in%20Sweden-%20Industry%20Update&entityId=5163&docId=OTIy This report is available free to subscribers of the G2Mi Research service.

Companies covered Bonnier AB, Schibsted ASA, Stampen AB Metro International, Norrkoping Tidningar AB, MittMedia, Forvaltnings AB, Gota Media AB, Northwest Skane Newspapers/Helsingborg Dagblad About G2Mi Research G2Mi Research is Heernet Ventures' proprietary market intelligence service focused on the global media, telecoms and technology industries. All its research reports and tools can be viewed at G2Mi.com.

For further information, contact: Harjinder Singh-Heer Managing Director Heernet Ventures Ltd Tel: + 44 (0) 208 180 7223 Email: harjinder@heernet.com CONTACT: Harjinder Singh-Heer Managing Director Heernet Ventures Ltd Tel: + 44 (0) 208 180 7223 Email: harjinder@heernet.com ((M2 Communications disclaims all liability for information provided within M2 PressWIRE. Data supplied by named party/parties. Further information on M2 PressWIRE can be obtained at http://www.presswire.com on the world wide web. Inquiries to info@m2.com.

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