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Question 1: Its premises in Chapter Row, ________, were bombed in September 1941 and, under an emergency wartime arrangement, the paper was printed on the Echo presses.
JarrowSouth ShieldsSunderland, Tyne and WearNewcastle upon Tyne

Question 2: The first was ________'s 1–0 win over Leeds United in the FA Cup Final.
Bolton Wanderers F.C.Sunderland A.F.C.Manchester United F.C.Wimbledon F.C.

Question 3: [21] A year later, in 1881, he met Scottish-born millionaire ________, and formed a syndicate with him to set up new newspapers and buy up others.
Pittsburgh Life Sciences GreenhouseAndrew CarnegieCarnegie Mellon UniversityMiller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University

Question 4: [5] The syndicate finally broke up in 1885, with Storey retaining control of the Echo, ________ Telegraph, Portsmouth News and the Northern Daily Mail.
SouthamptonDorsetEnglandHampshire

Question 5: The paper is also sold in Washington, Burnmoor and ________, which are to the west of Sunderland.
DurhamChesterNewcastle upon TynePeterborough

Question 6: Slideshows, videos and ________ are also included on the site in addition to the news of the day.
Songbird (software)WinampAmarok (software)Podcast

Question 7: It was during this time that the paper's format changed, from a ________ to its current tabloid layout, because of national newsprint shortages.
São PauloUnited KingdomNewspaperBroadsheet

Question 8: The Sunderland Echo is an evening newspaper serving the Sunderland, South Tyneside and East Durham areas of ________.
East MidlandsYorkshire and the HumberNorth West EnglandNorth East England

Question 9: The same survey showed the Echo appealed to people across the range of ________, with between 44 and 50% of people in each socio-economic grouping being regular readers.
John F. KennedyBaby boomerDemographyDemographics

Question 10: The Echo's first ________ news service was also launched in 1996.
World Wide WebInternetE-mailInternet Relay Chat







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