Daily Herald newspaper

We’ve always been local

It’s a simple concept, but it has been the key to our success since the Daily Herald newspaper was founded – locally – in 1872.

No one knows the Chicago suburbs like we do

After more than 140 years of being the source for news both local and global for suburban readers, the Daily Herald newspaper is still the first places our 509,828 weekly readers turn to for information and news each morning[1].  In 2013, we were named the 5th fastest-growing for combined print and digital audience.

We have a strong commitment to the communities we serve, and that includes the businesses and entrepreneurs that help our communities thrive.   Learn how you can take advantage of our growing audience and discover how you can use our zoning tools and sections to target readers by location and interest.


[1] Sources: 2013 Scarborough Chicago Market Study (Release 1); AAM Publishers Statement Sept. 2013

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Daily Herald Audience

The Daily Herald is the leading and largest news organization in suburban Chicago. Our readers are not effectively reached by other newspapers in metropolitan Chicago – 75% of our readers read the Daily Herald exclusively. Our audience is also more upscale, is more likely to own a home, and has a greater median household income than audiences of other Chicago newspapers.

Use the links below to learn more about the Daily Herald newspaper print audience:
Primary Market Area
Readership Profile
Circulation
Audience Size, Exclusivity and Quality


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