Weekly Online Newspaper & News Services!!!
Southport Reporter is a free news site run by professional journalists and other professional news gatherers, and covers news relevant to the Merseyside area. Formby Reporter provides an email bulletin service which delivers material to supplement the popular weekly online newspaper, providing daily updates, covering major breaking stories, and information on cultural events taking place locally.
Online Radio and TV
Merseyside has some of the best musical talents in the world. Its diverse population has led to an amazing culture that has produced some of the world's best selling songs and bands. Liverpool alone has found world wide acclaim through bands like The Beatles and Space, not forgetting Atomic Kitten and even the Spice Girls. At Liverpool Reporter we aim to bring you that music from this vibrant area, and to support talented artists of Merseyside. Liverpool Reporter provides a web radio service, free of charge for both listeners and bands.
Advertising For Businesses
We offer cost effective and efficient advertisement campaigns that keep you in control, providing fantastic opportunities to for you to attract more clients and win potential new customers. It is not just our background as an the first recognised online only newspaper that helps but our attention to the things that matter, Our clients and your customers and future customers requirements. For that reason even if you do not have a website or if you want to profit from our good search engine listings, then we have many option to help you acquire a better web presence.
Merseyside was formed in 1974 from what was then South West Lancashire. The Merseyside region consists of North and South Liverpool, Sefton to the North of Liverpool, Knowsley and St Helens to the East and the Wirral to the West. Merseyside now has an approximate population of 1 403 381 with 610 000 households. It has some of the richest wildlife on and off its coastline as well as the highest number of listed buildings outside of London. In 2008 Liverpool was designated European Capital Of Culture by the European Union.