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John Richmond

UK newspaper sale - but which one?

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Any idea which UK newspaper would have yielded this sale?  (Two sales actually but identical wording.)

 

Country: United Kingdom
Usage: Editorial
Media: Newspaper - national
Print run: up to 2 million
Placement: Inside and online
Image Size: 1/4 page
Start: 01 June 2015
End: 02 June 2015
One use in a single editorial article used within the print and digital versions of a single publication. Digital usage includes archive rights for the lifetime of the article.

 

There's no online evidence I can find with Google and Tineye reverse image searches and the wording doesn't correspond with any of my other UK newspaper sales.

 

John

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I think that's The Times from the print run. Also the fact that you can't find it on Google or Tineye would tend to suggest a paywalled website too.

 

Michael

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I think that's The Times from the print run. Also the fact that you can't find it on Google or Tineye would tend to suggest a paywalled website too.

 

Michael

Thanks Michael.  I suspected it might be.

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"Also the fact that you can't find it on Google or Tineye would tend to suggest a paywalled website"

 

google can and does find images used online by The Times / Sunday Times

 

 

km

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And the revenue would be under £40.

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Can you post  the image number? I can search the Times website for likely uses, though sadly my copies of the print version from June went to the great recycle bin in the sky weeks ago. 

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Can you post  the image number? I can search the Times website for likely uses, though sadly my copies of the print version from June went to the great recycle bin in the sky weeks ago. 

It was these two, Joseph

 

DX7CPB Aster x frikartii 'Monch'

 

long-flowering-blue-daisy-aster-x-frikar

 

and E4364Y Salvia sclarea var. turkestanica

 

flower-head-of-the-herb-salvia-sclarea-v

 

I don't subscribe to the Times so don't have access behind the paywall.

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The Times has a print run of just under 400K. More likely to be a tabloid - Sun possibly?

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Sorry to report no sign of these on the Times website. :(

Thanks for trying, Joseph.

 

Could be The Sun - but that's another paywall and I've no intention of going there.  Still, at least if I can't find the usages the images can't be ripped off.  Every cloud has a silver lining.  (Unless your a pessimist.  In which case every silver lining has a great black cloud hovering right behind.)

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I think the Sun is 5m

 

Kumar

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I think the Sun is 5m

 

Kumar

 

It used to be. But not any more. 

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Sorry to report no sign of these on the Times website. :(

Thanks for trying, Joseph.

 

Could be The Sun - but that's another paywall and I've no intention of going there.  Still, at least if I can't find the usages the images can't be ripped off.  Every cloud has a silver lining.  (Unless your a pessimist.  In which case every silver lining has a great black cloud hovering right behind.)

 

If there is, you should shoot it. Only 86 results for "black cloud silver lining"  ;)

 

Michael

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And the revenue would be under £40.

Well under. Try $22.

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