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ts, WSJ.com and Barrons.com. News Corp Australia News Corp Australia is a major news and information provider in Australia by readership and circulation, owning approximately 120 newspapers covering a national, regional and suburban footprint. News Corp Australia’s news portfolio comprises: The Australian and The Weekend Australian (National): The Australian is published Monday through Friday, and The Weekend Australian is published on Saturday. For the year ended March 31, 2015, average daily paid print circulation was approximately 106,000 for The Australian and 230,000 for The Weekend Australian; and average daily paid digital circulation for each was approximately 66,000. In addition, The Australian and The Weekend Australian had a total unduplicated print and digital audience of approximately 3.0 million for March 2015. The Daily Telegraph and The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney): The Daily Telegraph is published Monday through Saturday. For the year ended March 31, 2015, average daily paid print circulation was approximately 270,000 for The Daily Telegraph and 480,000 for The Sunday Telegraph. In addition, The Daily Telegraph and The Sunday Telegraph had a total unduplicated print and digital audience of approximately 4.5 million for March 2015. Herald Sun and Sunday Herald Sun (Melbourne): Herald Sun is published Monday through Saturday. For the year ended March 31, 2015, average daily paid print circulation was approximately 362,000 for Herald Sun and 423,000 for Sunday Herald Sun. In addition, Herald Sun and Sunday Herald Sun had a total unduplicated print and digital audience of almost 4.2 million for March 2015. The Courier Mail and The Sunday Mail (Brisbane): The Courier Mail is published Monday through Saturday. For the year ended March 31, 2015, average daily paid print circulation was approximately 168,000 for The Courier Mail and 371,000 for The Sunday Mail. In addition, The Courier Mail and The Sunday Mail had a total unduplicated print and digital audience of approximately 3.2 million for March 2015. The Advertiser and Sunday Mail (Adelaide): The Advertiser is published Monday through Saturday. For the year ended March 31, 2015, average daily paid print circulation was approximately 144,000 for The Advertiser and 217,000 for Sunday Mail. In addition, The Advertiser and Sunday Mail had a total unduplicated print and digital audience of approximately 1.7 million for March 2015. News Corp Australia’s portfolio of digital properties also includes news.com.au, the major general interest site in Australia that provides breaking news, finance, entertainment, lifestyle, technology, and sports news; and delivers an average monthly audience of approximately 3.7 million for the year ended June 30, 2015. In addition, News Corp Australia owns other premier properties, such as taste.com.au, a major food and recipe site; and kidspot.com.au, a major parenting Website, as well as various other digital media assets, including an 89.5% stake in FOX SPORTS Pulse (which supplies a scheduling tool for sports organizations) and 100% of Business Spectator and Eureka Report (online business and investment news and commentary services). As of June 30, 2015, News Corp Australia’s other assets included a 14.99% interest in APN News and Media Limited, which operates a portfolio of Australian and New Zealand radio and outdoor media assets and small regional print interests; and a 12.9% interest in SEEKAsia Limited, which operates major online employment marketplaces throughout Southeast Asia. News UK News UK publishes The Sun, The Sun on Sunday, The Times and The Sunday Times, which are major newspapers in the U.K. News UK’s newspapers (except some Saturday and Sunday supplements) are printed at News UK’s printing facilities in England, Scotland, and Ireland. In addition to the sale of advertising, circulation and subscriptions to its print and digital products, News UK provides third party printing services through these facilities and is one of the major contract printers in the U.K. News UK also distributes content through its digital platforms, including its Websites, thesun.co.uk, thetimes.co.uk and the

 

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