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Newspaper Paper Sizes

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There are many different newspaper formats, and they vary from country to country. The largest newspaper format is known as a Broadsheet, and takes its name from types of popular prints which are usually just on a single sheet containing different types of material and content. A broadsheet is known for having long vertical pages. Other popular newspaper formats include the Berliner and Tabloid, which are smaller than a Broadsheet.

Format Width × Height (mm) Width × Height (in)
Broadsheet 600 × 750 mm 23.622 × 29.528 in
Berliner 315 × 470 mm 12.402 × 18.504 in
Tabloid 280 × 430 mm 11.024 × 16.929 in
Compact 280 × 430 mm 11.024 × 16.929 in
Nordisch 400 × 570 mm 15.748 × 22.441 in
Rhenish 350 × 520 mm 13.78 × 20.472 in
Swiss 320 × 475 mm 12.598 × 18.701 in
Canadian Tabloid 260 × 368 mm 10.236 × 14.488 in
Ciner 350 × 500 mm 13.78 × 19.685 in
Norwegian Tabloid 280 × 400 mm 11.024 × 15.748 in
US Broadsheet 381 × 578 mm 15 × 22.756 in
New York Times 305 × 559 mm 12.008 × 22.008 in
Wall Street Journal 305 × 578 mm 12.008 × 22.756 in
South African Broadsheet 410 × 578 mm 16.142 × 22.756 in
British Broadsheet 375 × 597 mm 14.764 × 23.504 in