Nigerian Watch has gone from strength to strength with 20 London stations added and an increased print-run of 50,000 copies each month.
(PRWEB UK) 10 September 2012
Nigerian Watch, the most-read newspaper for the Nigerian community in the UK, is now available to commuters using the London tube and railway. Green World Media, publisher of Nigerian Watch, has added 20 underground and railway stations to its distribution network as part of the strategic rollout of its publication.
Starting from September 2012 issue, Nigerian Watch will be distributed via branded newspaper bins at selected London stations, including Charing Cross, Elephant & Castle, Mile End and Peckham Rye. They were selected for being high traffic areas frequented by the paper’s target audience: UK residents born in Nigeria, their descendants born in the UK and those with an interest in the country and its community.
Green World Media has increased the monthly print run to 50,000 copies to ensure the continued supply of the newspaper across its distribution network, which includes selected London superstores, Heathrow and Gatwick airports, and a network of independent retail and beauty outlets across the UK.
Maryanne Jemide, MD of Green World Media and publisher of Nigerian Watch, comments:
“Since its launch in March 2012, Nigerian Watch has gone from strength to strength and we are particularly proud to have reached the milestone of 50,000 copies in the print run. With 20 stations also added to our distribution network this means that even more members of the Nigerian community can enjoy news that is relevant to their world.”
Nigerian Watch newspaper bins are placed at the following London tube stations:
Elephant & Castle
New Cross Gate
About Green World Media Ltd
Founded in 2012, Green World Media is an independent publishing company based in Edgware, London, UK. The company launched its first title, Nigerian Watch, in March 2012.