Rank Site Address Latest monthly page impressions (millions) 1 BBC News Online 776.9 2 CNN 196.5 3 Sky News 86.4 4 Guardian Unlimited 83.5 5 Financial Times *54.1 6 The Times Online 36.4 7 The Daily Telegraph 30.9 8 The Sun Online 22.0 9 The Independent 20.0 10 This is London *18.4 These are unaudited figures taken from publishers unless stated. The data used in this table is supplied by BRAD: Tel: (020) 7505 8458. For a free listing in the New Media section of BRAD, call (020) 7505 8263. *Figures from ABC Electronic.

Media consumption of news sites has gone through the roof reflecting increased interest in Iraq War II. The BBC has seen the number of page impressions double since the middle of February and its number-one position seems unassailable. However, CNN comes in at second place, with its hits having doubled because of the war. The Guardian, with its mixture of sport, business, entertainment news and jobs, has seen 13 million new monthly page impressions.


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