broadside

(redirected from broadsheet)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

broadside

A separately published piece of paper, usually printed on one side and intended to be read unfolded, which is posted, publicly distributed or sold—e.g., proclamations, handbills, newsheets.
References in periodicals archive ?
The broadsheet Guardian, whose circulation had been about 400,000, found itself losing readers not only to its left-wing competitor, The Independent, but to The Times, and even to a free morning tabloid put out by the mid-market Daily Mail.
The eight-page broadsheet double gatefold is positioned in today's (Saturday) Independent as an extra section called Design Velocity.
We have 94,000 more ABC1 readers than all of our broadsheet rivals.
Instead, Frank writes that broadsheet readers represented a "subculture, with their own concerns, outlooks and ways of thinking" (10).
The STAR has been the leading broadsheet in terms of advertising revenue since 2007.
The second most widely read broadsheet in the country, MB was founded as the Daily Bulletin in 1900, incorporated in 1912 as Bulletin Publishing Co.
And no doubt the reality TV star, 26, will be a bit miffed to be snapped as she drew in her tum to sip a glass of vino and peruse a broadsheet newspaper.
Newhouse's The Oregonian of Portland said last Tuesday it plans to switch from a traditional broadsheet size to a new compact format that will be 11-inches wide and 15-inches tall, with sections center stapled like a magazine and nested inside one another and color available on every page.
Contract Awarded to pDrovide Full Service Breakfast, Lunch and inner in a seven-day week operation for Frasers Hospitality%s Broadsheet Bistro, Edinburgh, UK
of Cambridge) examines a broadsheet that was published in Rome in May 1555 containing information about the execution of Carthusian monks for treason 20 years earlier at the beginning of Henry VIII's break from the Roman Catholic Church.
The multipurpose manroland web systems' variable pin folder creates professional tabloid and broadsheet newspapers.
The broadsheet Zerkalo Nedeli took an aggressive stance towards UEFA and the extra official who failed to spot the ball crossing the line.