In this paper we examine patterns of international online news consumption, looking at key differences between countries and at which organisations have been successful in building a cross-border presence. Key conclusions are:
- The news sites in the world with the largest reach are predominantly online-only sites
- However, in most individual countries most of the leading news sites are newspapers. The US, China, Brazil and Russia are key exceptions
- Few sites have significant cross-border reach, at least in the largest internet markets. Yahoo and the BBC (and likely Google News) are key exceptions
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