The Daily Star offers its readers "The News,
The Goss, The Pics, The Sport."

For advertisers it offers a large readership
of young working families with high
disposable incomes.

Introducing The Daily Star

The Daily Star first launched in 1978 and still the UK’s youngest tabloid prides itself in being the brightest newspaper on the newsstands each morning. This approach has paid dividends for the newspaper as it has enjoyed a sustained growth in readership which has continued outstrip its tabloid rivals in recent years.

Reasons to Advertise in The Daily Star

A daily readership of over 1.5 million

Working families with high disposable income

The readers are keen to learn about new products

They see advertising as an enjoyable part of the paper

Star readers are strongly influenced by advertising

As a media agency we pride ourselves on being independent. This means that you’ll receive unbiased advice and media buying recommendations.

  • We were really pleased with a one day advert, which bought in 5 days of trading.

    Ticket Tree www.tickettree.com
  • We were impressed with the excellent response which started to come back as soon as the adverts were published.

    RSVP Introductions www.rsvp-int.co.uk
  • [We] achieved a massive 300% increase in hits to our site in August that year.

    Advantage For Travel www.myholidayinspirations.co.uk
  • The response that came through as a result was brilliant.

    Spritz www.spritz.co.uk

Key Facts about The Daily Star

1, 101 ,000 Total Readership
Social Demographics: ABC1 33%
Median Age 47
Full Time Employment: 41%
Gender: Male 68% / Female 42%

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Why I love advertising in The Daily Star…

“I recommend the Daily Star to any client who is looking for additional coverage beyond the usual ABC1 broadsheets. Coming from the Northern & Shell stable, it benefits from combined editorial resources of the Daily Express and OK! Magazine so there are always plenty of celebrity world exclusives.”

Chris Martin Snr Ad Exec

Why we recomend the Daily Star