The Yorkshire Reporter is a highly successful award nominated free to pick up monthly publication
It is a unique newspaper that our small family team are incredibly proud of and the feedback we regularly receive from our readers is always positive. Because we are an independent, family owned publication, our advertisers always deal with the same person. And with over sixty years combined professional sales experience This means you always receive a personal and professional service; we can offer a bespoke advertisement solution working closely with our clients to achieve whatever they envision from sizing to design.
Now trading in its seventh year our ethos at the Yorkshire Reporter is to celebrate all the wonderful people in our city and their achievements, focusing on the positive, never the negative. We DO bring our readers quality local news stories from the organization’s that run Leeds, protect Leeds and make the city tick, from community groups and individuals, charities and sports clubs that are in their local area. We DO include original, regular content from our own team of journalists and columnists shouting about the rich history and diverse music scene of Leeds and Yorkshire, as well as gardening, motors, sports, pets and much more. What we DON’T include is the negative – no court reports, politics or discrimination. The Yorkshire Reporter is a refreshing, informative and enjoyable read say our readers, and we agree!
It is this approach that makes the Yorkshire Reporter the success that it is. Our many distribution outlets often have customers requesting the newspaper and asking when the next edition will arrive, and our advertisers are more than happy with the results that they achieve from us – lots of them have been with us from the beginning and continue to put their trust in us every month.
We pride ourselves on our high standards and ethics and are duty bound by, 69196-ipso-editors-code-2019Ipso’s Editor’s Code of Practice
And the National Union of Journalists’ Code of Conduct.nuj-code-of-conduct-redesign-2018