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Oxford Mail

Oxford Mail
Type Daily newspaper
Format tabloid
Owner(s) Newsquest
Publisher Newsquest
Editor Simon O’Neill
Founded 1928
Language English
Headquarters Newspaper House, Osney Mead, Oxford
Circulation 23,402[1]
Website Oxford Mail

Oxford Mail is a daily tabloid newspaper in Oxford, England owned by Newsquest. It is published six days a week. It is a sister paper to the weekly tabloid The Oxford Times.

History

The Oxford Mail was founded in 1928 as a successor to Jackson's Oxford Journal.

From 1961 until 1979 its editor was Mark Barrington-Ward.[2] At that time it was owned by the Westminster Press and was an evening newspaper.[2]

The Oxford Mail is now published in the morning. In the second half of 2008 its circulation fell 6.8% to 23,402.[1]

Censorship case

In 2014, a page on the Oxford Mail website[3] was removed from [4] Dr Robert Daniels-Dwyer, an archaeology specialist, objected to information on him concerning a 2006 shoplifting case.[5]

Notable former staff

References

  1. ^ a b Amos, Owen (26 February 2009). "Regional ABCs: Paid-for circulation falls at every GB daily". Press Gazette Journalism Today. Retrieved 14 January 2011. 
  2. ^ a b  
  3. ^ "'"Archaeology specialist 'tried to steal from shop. Oxford Mail. 5 May 2006. Retrieved 16 August 2014. 
  4. ^ Linford, Paul (4 July 2014). "Google erases local newspaper story under ‘right to be forgotten’ law". HoldTheFrontPage.co.uk. Retrieved 16 August 2014. 
  5. ^ "Man who wished to be forgotten is remembered after Google complaint". Greenslade Blog ( 
  6. ^ "Morley Safer".  
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