Correio da Manhã Portugal

Correio da Manhã is a Portuguese newspaper.

The Portuguese daily Correio da Manhã is published in Portugal. The daily newspaper, which is published in Lisbon, is the most widely distributed in Portugal.

Correio da Manhã was founded in 1979. The newspaper is headquartered in Lisbon. It is published by a subsidiary of the Cofina group. In 2000, the newspaper was acquired by the company. Jornal de Negócios is its second newspaper. Both papers are published in tabloid format.

Crime, scandals and attention-grabbing headlines are the paper’s main themes. It is populist in outlook.

Correio da Manhã is considered Portugal’s most widely read general newspaper. The paper sold 69,000 copies in the 1995-1996 period, making it the best-selling newspaper in the country.

Between January and March 2003, 118,000 copies were distributed. With a print run of 107,000 copies, it was Portugal’s best-selling newspaper in 2003. In 2004, it sold over 100,000 copies. The number of copies sold the following year was 119,431.

In 2006, Correio da Manhã sold 111,585 copies. With a circulation of 115,000 copies, it was Portugal’s best-selling newspaper in 2007. In 2008, it sold 122,090 copies. It was also the country’s best-selling newspaper in 2009.

Correio da Manhã sold 116,821 copies between September and October 2013. Between January and August 2015, it sold 105,519 copies.