The Birmingham Mail is a tabloid newspaper based in Birmingham, UK but distributed around Birmingham, The Black Country, Solihull, Warwickshire and parts of Worcestershire and Staffordshire. The newspaper, which was re-branded from the Birmingham Evening Mail in October 2005, and is edited by Syeve Dyson, is one of the biggest selling local newspapers in the UK, and the largest in Birmingham. The Mail is published Monday to Friday in the following editions for different areas:-
* North district and South district First Editions (*N and **S)
* Black Country
* South City Final
* North City Final
* Central City Final
On Saturdays, the Mail publishes a Weekend Edition and a Black Country Mail.
The Sunday Mercury is a sister paper published on a Sunday.
The newspaper is currently owned by the Trinity Mirror Group who also owns the Daily Mirror and the Birmingham Post, the broadsheet newspaper sold in the Birmingham area. The current Birmingham Mail editor is Steve Dyson.
The paper's final deadlines run from 0915 each morning until 1300 for the late City Final, with the facility to print special editions up to teatime for big breaking stories.
The Birmingham Mail website (www.birminghammail.net) was upgraded in late 2007 and in Quarter 3 of 2008, the newly-acclaimed writer and broadcaster Nathan Jolly began writing for the site. Nathan Jolly, who hosted a charity race live on Hospital Radio with stand up comedy that delayed the race from starting due to runners being in hysterics, has had his writing described as "witty and intelligent" and is said to have "set the Birmingham Mail website alight".
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