Nine Entertainment Co’s The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald were the most-read publications across print and digital in Sydney and Melbourne in September, surpassing their News Corp rivals.
The Herald‘s audience over the month totalled 7.57 million, making it the most-read news title in the country while The Age had 4.34 million readers on Enhanced Media Metrics Australia data supplied by news lobby group NewsMediaWorks. NewsMediaWorks’ founding members include Nine, News Corp and Seven West Media.
The second most-read title was News Corp’s The Daily Telegraph with 4.8 million readers, with Melbourne’s Herald Sun read by 4.21 million and national title The Australian‘s audience totalling 3.42 million.
The Australian Financial Review had 2.49 million readers.