advertising revenue received for Wirral View newspaper and Wirral View website

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Dear Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council,

In 2016, approval was given by Cabinet to the production of a newspaper that was later called Wirral View.

In the Cabinet report that can be viewed on your website here, there was a table at 4.4 https://democracy.wirral.gov.uk/document... that predicted that the cost would be partially offset by income predicted at £39,000 in 2016-17 and £85,800 in 2017-18.

Could you please tell me the total amount in pounds that Wirral Council received for advertising for each of the following newspaper editions of Wirral View (together with the amount received in advertising from other parts of Wirral Council for that issue):

2016-17
1) October 2016
2) November 2016
3) December 2016
4) January 2017
5) February 2017
6) March 2017

2017-18
7) June 2017
8) July 2017
9) August 2017
10) September 2017
11) October/November 2017

I notice there is also an associated website that can be found at http://wirralview.com/ on which there is advertising provided by the Council Advertising Network.

Please could you provide the amount in advertising revenue received from the Council Advertising Network for the advertisements on the Wirral View website for the 2016-17 local government financial year.

Thank you.

Yours faithfully,

John Brace

InfoMgr, FinDMT, Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council

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Dear Mr Brace

 

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request in which you asked:

 

Could you please tell me the total amount in pounds that Wirral Council
received for advertising for each of the following newspaper editions of
Wirral View (together with the amount received in advertising from other
parts of Wirral Council for that issue):

 

2016-17

1) October 2016

2) November 2016

3) December 2016

4) January 2017

5) February 2017

6) March 2017

 

2017-18

7) June 2017

8) July 2017

9) August 2017

10) September 2017

11) October/November 2017

 

I notice there is also an associated website that can be found at
[1]http://wirralview.com/ on which there is advertising provided by the
Council Advertising Network. Please could you provide the amount in
advertising revenue received from the Council Advertising Network for the
advertisements on the Wirral View website for the 2016-17 local government
financial year.

 

In response please see the table below.

 

2016-17
October £3,271.00
November £2,251.00
December £2,982.00
January £2,725.00
February £1,950.00
March £1,900.00
   
2017-18
June £4,992.00
July £2,271.00
August £2,029.00
September £2,164.00
October/November £2,309.00
2016-17
Council Advertising Network 2109.61

 

 

Yours sincerely

 

 

Lynette Paterson

Senior Information Management Officer

Business Services - Digital

 

Treasury Building

Argyle Street
Birkenhead
Wirral
CH41 1AH

 

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