The Australian (called The OZ in a less formal way) is a Journal daily national Australian founded in 1964 and published by the News Corporation of Rupert Murdoch. Its head office is with Sydney, but it has offices in Australia everywhere. It has a daily pulling of approximately 130.000 specimens in week and approximately 195.000 saturdays.
In spite of its modest pulling, The Australian is an influential newspaper because of its assistantship: it is very read by the political elite and people of businesses.
The Australian gives an opinion in favor of the policies supporting the Libre-échange and the market economy, a pragmatic approach as regards foreign affairs and particularly preaches more slackened regulation of the sector of the media.
Contrary to the more populist approach of the other newspapers belonging to the same company ( The Daily Telegraph and the Herald Sun ), it takes a more liberal approach on the social questions. The newspaper concentrates particularly on the international news, especially in connection with the immediate neighbors of Australia in the Southeast Asia. A special section appears Monday on the international topicality.
As a single national daily newspaper, except for the Australian Financial Review , its closer candidates are the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age of Melbourne.
List of the Australian newspapers
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