The Times and The Sunday Times are two of the world’s best-known and respected media titles.
Established over 200 years ago we are the most trusted commercial news brand in the UK and continue to lead the market in the quality and depth of our journalism.
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We invest in both our journalism and brand marketing to remain the No.1 news publisher in the UK and provide audiences with a diversity of channels - engaging with them whenever and wherever they choose.
At News UK, our focus is on providing the best service to advertiser brands and proving return on investment in Times media products.
The Sunday Times' Style magazine is set to publish its biggest ever issue of Style on Sunday.
The Times has launched a Sport campaign this week across TV, press and digital promoting sport highlights.
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The Times and The Sunday Times have always been the home to the biggest names in journalism.
Giles Coren is an award-winning restaurant critic for The Times, where he also writes a regular opinion column. He has been a columnist on the Independent on Sunday, Tatler, GQ, the Mail on Sunday, The Sunday Times and Match of the Day Magazine, and in 1997 he ghost-wrote Against the Odd, the best-selling autobiography of the vacuum cleaner tycoon, James Dyson.
We offer advertisers unrivalled access to quality, valuable audiences such as the business community, C-suite executives, wealthy young professionals and university graduates.
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We work closely with agencies and clients to deliver bespoke and highly creative campaigns that engage with our valuable audiences. We integrate print and digital solutions with initiatives ranging from high profile events, sponsorships, supplements and marketing partnerships.
Our library of case studies shows the diversity of our solutions and their effectiveness in delivering return on investment.
Microsoft wanted to expand Office 2010 into the home so they used Times Spelling Bee to help engage with families
American Express takes over Times website in a media first for their 'Realise the potential' campaign.
80% of traffic generated to Visitnorway.com was attributed to a 12 page Times supplement on Norway.