Three-Year-Old Lovin Malta Is Now Nation's Second Most Referred To News Website
Started from the bottom...
After only three years in existence, Lovin Malta is now the second most referred to Maltese news website, according to the findings of a survey on the Maltese press.
The survey, carried out by research firm Esprimi, shows that 86.7% of online news readers refer to the Times, while 36.5% refer to Lovin Malta. A further 33.2% refer to MaltaToday, with TVM bringing in 30.5%.
Moreover, 9.4% of news readers chose Lovin Malta when asked for their favourite new websites, making the fledgling site the third most popular Maltese news website, behind only The Times (48.5%) and TVM (10.7%).
They are followed by MaltaToday, ONE, Newsbook, iNews, Net News, the Malta Independent, Il-Mument, The Shift News and Illum.
While some 51% of respondents said they never read the news, 41.6% said they only read the news online. A mere 7.5% said they get the news from newspapers.
With regards Sunday papers, The Sunday Times commands 77.9% of readers, ahead of It-Torċa (16.2%), The Malta Independent (12.2%), Il-Mument (10.4%), MaltaToday (9.7%) and Il-Mument (9.7%).