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Average monthly network traffic:
- 23.5 Million page views
- 2.1 million unique visitors
Newsobserver.com readers are affluent and well-educated*:
- Average Age: 43.1
- Average Household Income: $88,114
- Average Home Value: $265,848
- Attended College: 85%
- Own Home: 76%
- Children Under 18 at Home: 42%
*Read newsobserver.com or triangle.com in the past 30 days.
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- The Cary News
- The Chapel Hill News
- Clayton News Star
- The Durham News
- Eastern Wake News
- Garner-Cleveland Record
- The Herald
- Midtown Raleigh News
- North Raleigh News
- Southwest Wake News
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With award-winning local content from The News & Observer and our community newspapers, coupled with national and worldwide coverage from the McClatchy Washington Bureau and other partners, our network features in-depth news, comprehensive classified listings and current events and entertainment information. The site is also made up of specific information channels (i.e., business, lifestyles, sports, employment, autos, real estate, etc.), so that visitors can easily access local online marketplaces, and advertisers can effectively reach these readers.
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