The Toronto Sun is a Canadian daily newspaper of English language published in Toronto (Ontario). He is written in format Tabloïd and is famous for the daily photograph of a Sunshine Girl and for his leading positions populist and preserving.
The Sun was initially published on November 1st 1971, Monday following the disappearance of the Toronto Telegram , a preserving newspaper large size. Since there was no vacuum of publication between the two newspapers and that many journalists and employees were engaged by the new newspaper, it is considered generally today that the Sun is in direct continuity with the Telegram , and the Sun has the files of the Telegram .
The Toronto Sun takes for model the journalism of the British tabloïds , going until borrowing the name of the London newspaper The Sun , like some of its characteristics, like Sunshine Girl, which is on the same page as in the British newspaper. (The Toronto-native newspaper however never had of Sunshine Girl topless , contrary to its British counterpart.)
In date of 2003, the Sun would have a daily pulling of: 200000 specimens of the Monday to Saturday and of: 400000 Sunday.
The first editor association of the Toronto Sun was Peter Worthington, which is always chronicler with the newspaper. He was succeeded by Barbara Amiel which was in its turn succeeded by John Downing.
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