Print advertising in Tanzania is still a reliable method for creating brand exposure. It’s effective and blends well with other forms of advertising formats available today. The high distribution across Tanzania is a testament to readers’ continued preference for the tangibility that print advertising offers. This makes it an essential part of any media strategy.
Empire is able to create print ad campaigns that are tailored to your specific needs and guaranteed to reach your target audience.
ADVERTISE IN THESE TANZANIAN PUBLICATIONS
Mwananchi newspaper was registered with the Registrar of Newspapers on April 20, 2000, and on May 27, 2000, the first copy of the newspaper rolled off the presses. Mwananchi is currently the Kiswahili-language leading newspaper with the largest audience share
Nipashe newspaper is the part of The Guardian Limited, which is also owned by the IPP Group Limited. Nipashe is a Swahili daily newspaper which targets at the general public and caters for all age groups carrying a mix of news articles, features, analysis, photos, politics, economics, education, sports and entertainment and other issues.
Habari Leo is a Kiswahili language daily tabloid published by Tanzania Standard Newspapers Limited (TSN). Founded in 2006 by TSN, Habari Leo is owned by the government of the United Republic of Tanzania that holds 99% shares and the Managing Editor holds 1% share. Its Sunday edition is called Habari Leo Jumapili
Mwanaspoti is a leading biweekly sports newspaper founded on February 12, 2001. The newspaper features sports news, sports analysis, and articles.
From IPP Group, the Guardian is the English-language daily of The Guardian Limited came off the presses on January 1st 1995 (date of registration: May 3rd 1993). According to the Media Council of Tanzania, The Guardian appears in the top 10 list of the most ready newspapers in Tanzania.
The Citizen is an English-language daily newspaper that was registered with the registrar of Newspaper on March 7, 2014, and the first issue was launched on September 16, 2014. Its Sunday edition is called THE SUNDAY CITIZEN. The delivers business and political news analysis and targets business decision-makers and entrepreneurs.
Daily News is published by the Tanzania Standard Newspapers Ltd which is owned by the government of the United Republic of Tanzania that holds 99% shares and the Managing Editor hold 1% share. Its Sunday edition is called Sunday news.
The EastAfrican print edition is a weekly newspaper published by the Nation Media Group in Nairobi, Kenya. It is available in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda every Saturday.
It’s the Sunday version of the same The Guardian listed above.
It’s the Sunday version of the same The Daily News listed above.
It’s the Sunday version of the same Habari Leo listed above.