Our broadsheet newspaper prints are of the highest quality, printed on 55gsm Improved Newsprint for an authentic look and feel, at the most competitive price guaranteed. On the next page, simply upload your design and select how many copies you need.
Delivered to you within 3-5 working days, or within 48 hours at request - just indicate your preference at the checkout. Printing broadsheet newspapers online has never been faster or simpler.
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Broadsheet Printing Prices
You can print a single broadsheet newspaper for as little as £16, including delivery. Of course the unit cost reduces dramatically as you order more copies. So using our 55gsm Improved Newsprint stock you can purchase say, 100 copies of your digital broadsheet newspaper, printed and delivered for as little as £67. For larger print runs of over 1000 copies it may be financially beneficial to print your broadsheet newspapers using the traditional newspaper printing method called “Web offset” which is used by many major daily national publications.
Please contact us on 0800 0354580 or email us on email@example.com if you require 1000+ copies of your Broadsheet newspaper.
The Original Digital Newspaper Printers
The News Hound were the first company in the world to print newspapers using high speed inkjet technology. So, if you’ve had a newspaper digitally printed, it’s more than likely we actually printed it for you.
We use the Océ Jetstream inkjet machine to print all of our newspapers. It prints on standard newsprint grades, so your finished newspaper products actually look and feel identical to their traditionally printed stable mates.
Océ Jetstream Inkjet Printer
What is a broadsheet newspaper?
Broadsheet newspapers are the largest standard newspaper format and about fifty per cent larger than a tabloid newspaper print. Perceived to be more intellectual in content they use their large size to publish stories and articles in much greater depth, while carrying less sensationalist and celebrity-oriented material. This is most apparent on the front page whereby two (or often more) stories can be displayed, as opposed to a tabloid’s dominant headline for a single article.
History of the broadsheet newspaper
The broadsheet (or 'broadside') was used as a single-side, single-leaf format for musical, news and satire prints in the 17th century. This in turn led to people using the broadsheet as a source for political activism by reprinting political speeches of the day.
The broadsheet newspaper as we know it, was developed after the British Government placed a tax on newspapers based on the number of pages in 1712. Larger formats meant more type and articles per page and in turn, less tax.
With the dawn of mechanised print in the 19th century, there came an increase in production of printed materials and during this time, newspapers all over Europe began to print their issues on broadsheets.
With the increased production of newspapers and literacy, the demand for visual reporting and journalists led to the blending of the single page broadsides and broadsheet newspapers, creating the modern broadsheet newspaper that we know today!