Herald, Goa's oldest newspaper, is today also by far the largest-selling daily English newspaper in the State (ABC Circulation of 64,089) and the most widely read (IRS Readership of 1,46,000) with a reputation for being fiercely independent. Established as a Portuguese language newspaper in the year 1900, its English avatar took birth in 1983. In a media space dominated by mining interests, paid news templates and "closeness" with political parties, Herald ~ whose only interest is the public interest ~ is the paper people trust.
The accuracy of our news reports, all the views that matter, in-depth reportage on the issues of the day and our award-winning investigations combine to ensure that Herald sets the news agenda for Goa every morning. Our readership encompasses the entire spectrum of Goans, as the numbers put out by reputed industry bodies such as ABC and IRS validate, from the common man to the decision-maker.
In a line, Herald is Goa.