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The Guardian
Subscribers
2,250,000
Video views
725,516,380
Video count
7238
Estimated earnings in past 30 days
$ 1.21K - $ 7.28K
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last 7 days
Subscribers
10,000
last 30 days
20,000
last 90 days
392,208
last 7 days
Video views
3,236,847
last 30 days
9,072,731
last 90 days
Date Video views Estimated earnings
13.07.2024 Sat +392,208 $ 147 - $ 882
09.07.2024 Tue +498,936 $ 187 - $ 1.12K
05.07.2024 Fri +444,379 $ 166 - $ 999
02.07.2024 Tue +367,649 $ 137 - $ 827
28.06.2024 Fri +435,420 $ 163 - $ 979
25.06.2024 Tue +1,098,255 $ 411 - $ 2.47K
19.06.2024 Wed +1,078,917 $ 404 - $ 2.43K
11.06.2024 Tue +277,211 $ 103 - $ 623
07.06.2024 Fri +184,132 $ 69 - $ 414
05.06.2024 Wed +383,705 $ 143 - $ 863
01.06.2024 Sat +466,666 $ 175 - $ 1.05K
27.05.2024 Mon +427,955 $ 160 - $ 962
22.05.2024 Wed +452,204 $ 169 - $ 1.02K
17.05.2024 Fri +385,114 $ 144 - $ 866

The Guardian biography

The Guardian is a British daily newspaper known for its independent and investigative journalism. It was founded in 1821 as The Manchester Guardian and is now based in London with a global audience. The newspaper covers a range of topics including politics, world news, culture, opinion, sports, science and technology. The Guardian has a reputation for its investigative journalism and breaking news coverage especially in the areas of government surveillance and corruption. The Guardian has won numerous awards for its journalism and is regarded as a highly respected news source around the world. The newspaper is also credited with being a pioneer in digital media and has a large online presence with over 180 million monthly unique visitors.

The Guardian controversies

Like any major media outlet, The Guardian has had its share of controversies over the years. One notable example is the newspaper's reporting on the phone hacking scandal that engulfed the British press in 2011. The Guardian was instrumental in uncovering the extent of illegal phone hacking and other illegal activity by media organizations in the UK. The newspaper's reporting eventually led to the demise of the News of the World, a major tabloid newspaper owned by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. The Guardian has also faced criticism for its coverage of Israel-Palestine conflicts, with some accusing the newspaper of being biased against Israel. However, The Guardian maintains that it strives to provide fair and balanced coverage of the conflict.

The Guardian famous quotes

"Comment is free, but facts are sacred."
"A newspaper is not just for reporting the news as it is, but to make people mad enough to do something about it."
"The first duty of a newspaper is to be accurate."
"To be free is not merely to cast off one's chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others."
"In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act."