List of 57 Catchy Newspaper Slogans and Great Taglines

A listing of 57 catchy newspaper slogans from around the globe. These taglines go beyond the traditional phrase, “Read all about it.”

A free press doesn’t mean it’s not a tame press.
A newspaper, not a snooze paper.
All the News That’s Fit to Print.
Are you an informed Australian?
Are you missing what’s important?
As Waikato As It Gets.
Be part of it.
Beyond words.
Big on Sundays.
Biggest daily sale on Earth.
Britain’s Best Selling Daily Broadsheet.
Building the Nation.
cotland up close.
Evening News. Tomorrow’s News Today.
First in the Morning.
Forward with Britain.
Forward with the People.
frican views on global news.
Have you ever wished you were better informed?
If It Matters To You, It Matters To Us.
It is. Are you?
It makes perfect sense.
It’s thinking time.
It’s where you live.
Join the debate.
Journalism of courage.
Making Twice the Noise.
News you can use.
No FT, No Comment.
Power your Future.
Pride in the Panhandle.
Put up with Ekstra Bladet or put up with anything.
Read a bestseller every day.
Read the world’s fastest newspaper.
Scandinavia’s BIGGEST newspaper.
Seven Days. One paper.
Share Trader Game.
Sunday isn’t Sunday without the Sunday Times.
The best fiction is far more true than any journalism.
The Best Part of the Day.
The daily diary of the American dream.
The joy of continuous celebration.
The newspaper for those who can read.
The paper that stands for real values and gives you real value for money.
The quality compact.
The Sunday Times is the Sunday papers.
There’s nothing more valuable than knowledge.
Top people take the Times.
We Know Where You Live.
We love it!
We’ve got the greatest writers.
What would you do without Ekstra Bladet?
What’s in it for you?
When The Times speaks, the World listens.
Your Region. Your Paper.
Your right to know. A new voice for a new Pakistan.
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The following infographic snapshots the changing newspaper industry. Is print becoming outdated? Social media has become a popular news source for users alike.

Newspaper Industry Changing to Social Media