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21-10-2019, 13:24   #1
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Why was there never a Sunday Irish Times?


I was wondering yesterday, why has there never been a Sunday edition of the Irish Times? Or was there a long time ago? In this day and age you'd imagine there's no market for it, but surely back when newspapers were huge they could have had a decent share?
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21-10-2019, 13:33   #2
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There was often a lot of talk about it, up to and maybe even following the demise of the tribune. Cant shed much light on why it hasnt happened but it may be partly at least that they decided instead to invest in the digital route.
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They have always focuses on the Saturday paper and it's now often held on sale for both days. This goes back over a century when the Saturday edition was called the Weekly Irish Times instead
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