Data Centre


NNI provides a range of information about our member newspapers and the newspaper industry.

Readership figures are drawn from the reports of the Joint National Readership Survey (JNRS). The JNRS has a sample of approximately 7,000 and provides a wealth of valuable information about the population, in addition to extensive data about the readership of newspapers in Ireland. If you would like to subscribe to the JNRS please contact Dara McMahon. Email: 

Advertising Agency League Tables are based on advertising figures that are provided by NNI member newspapers and verified by the relevant agencies.

NNI Advertising Revenue figures are collected by NNI from our members and verified with advertising agencies on the half year and end of year.

Circulation figures are ABC-verified and are updated after the relevant ABC reports have been issued.

Please choose from the menu to the left to view data about these subjects. .

You will find a full library of our press releases in the media centre. Please direct all queries to Ann Marie Lenihan, Email: 



Almost 3 million, or 4 in 5, adults in Ireland read their news in print, on a mobile, a desktop or tablet every day, In Ireland, newspaper readership is measured by the Joint National Readership [...]

Media Centre

Please choose the relevant press release from the archive below. For media enquiries please contact Lisa Buckley E: Tel: 00353 1 668 9099


All national newspaper circulations are ABC verified. Please choose a report from the menu below.

Advertising Revenue

NewsBrands Ireland collects advertising revenue figures from our member publishers at the end of every quarter. On the half year and end of year we verify the contributions by advertising agencies with the relevant agencies. [...]

Advertising Agency League Tables

NewsBrands Ireland collects advertising revenue figures from our newspaper group members and we verify the figures with each agency prior to publication. Since January – December 2011 these figures include both print and digital advertising [...]