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Those for 2003 are calculated from data on the website of the Newspaper Society, 2003a. The 1960s and 1970s were periods of heightened activism in Wales around the issue of the defence and promotion of the Welsh language. 8 per cent were started. In this sense they were a reflection of that period of enhanced language activism. The absence of a national Welsh-language daily paper prompted the Mercator Centre at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth to apply for grant funding to examine the feasibility for such a paper.

In the 1960s five major newspaper groups controlled most Welsh titles. In south-east Wales it was the South Wales Argus (later a subsidiary of United Newspapers); in Cardiff it was Thomson Regional Newspapers; in the south-west it was Swansea Press Ltd, a subsidiary of Associate Newspapers. The other two were Woodhall’s Newspaper Ltd (mid Wales) and the North Wales Chronicle Co. Ltd (A. Jones, 1993: 222–3) By 1979, of the Welsh-language publications, Y Cymro (‘The Welshman’) was owned by North Wales Newspapers Ltd, Herald Môn, by Herald Newspapers, with four of the remaining eight in church ownership (H.

Railways, which made the provisioning and employment of large concentrated populations possible, also made possible the larger markets for newspapers. (1985: 8–9) In addition, the mechanization of printing presses and their increasing power and sophistication in the nineteenth century boosted circulations and increased the capital needed to start up a newspaper. Wales benefited from a slow improvement in educational provision prior to the 1870 Education Act, but the development of the press was held back until after the 1850s by general economic conditions and the legal restraints on the industry.

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