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The Island’s Multimedia News Organization… since 1993
Founded in 1993, the Phuket Gazette is the island’s largest English-language newspaper with a circulation of 25-35,000 (fluctuating with the season) and more than 80% of the local newspaper readership market. The publishers also manage Phuket’s top-rated website, the Gazette Online at www.phuketgazette.net.
This winning combination of leadership in print and leadership on the Web (as rated independently by Google) makes the Gazette an easy decision for any advertiser wishing to reach either Phuket’s rapidly growing international community or potential tourists, or both.
The Phuket Gazette is 20% owned by the Bangkok-based Nation Multimedia Group, publishers of The Nation newspaper (circulation: 70,000); Kom Chad Luek, the 500,000 copy a day Thai-language newspaper; and Krungthep Turaklj, Thailand’s leading business newspaper.
Over the past two years, the Phuket Gazette has introduced its Nationwide Edition (circulation: 30,000) which is now on board all major airlines flying into Bangkok or Phuket; PGTV, the island’s only local television station, iPhone and iPad content distribution; and a range of newspaper supplements targeted very specifically at the Property, Tourism, Marine, and Luxury markets.
Whatever your marketing needs in Phuket, throughout Thailand, or worldwide, the Phuket Gazette has cost effective advertising options and packages for you.
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