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However, Beeld sales dropped in 2007 from 105 184 daily sales to 101 972 in 2009.
According to the Saarf Amps figures, nearly 22-million watch television, over 25-million listen to the radio, and just under 11-million read magazines.
This is followed by SABC2 with 60%, with 57.1%, SABC3 with 47.6%, the main MNet channel with 6.4% and all of the DStv channels with 16.8%.
DSTV subscribers reached the 2-million mark in November 2007.
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Many of these are international titles, such as Heat, FHM, Elle, GQ, Cosmopolitan and Marie Claire, published under agreement with their international owners.In 2007 Icasa issued licences for four new pay-TV providers set to end Multichoice Africa's monopoly in the pay-TV market, these are: Telkom Media, On Digital Media (ODM), and Walk on Water Television, as well as incumbent Multi Choice.Radio commands vast listenerships, with community stations catering to specific target audiences and national stations drawing in people across the country.But newspapers with a largely black, working-class readership are booming.The most notable title in this trend is the tabloid Daily Sun, which had an average 508 000 daily sales in the first quarter of 2007, up from 452 000 in the same period of 2006.Public broadcasting is provided by the state broadcaster, the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), through an annual payment of a TV licence fee.Free-to-air is provided by commercial broadcaster and subscription television services - MNet and DStv - are provided by Multichoice.The traditional newspaper market is relatively static, but there has been phenomenal growth in the tabloid market.India and China have recorded a similar trend, with newspapers targeted at specific local audiences powering through the readership ranks.And as in any fast-paced, first world nation, online media is accessed via cellphones, through RSS feeds and via national and international news websites and chat rooms.Local media houses have general and specialised news websites which, in terms of the speed and breadth of their coverage, are on a par with the best in the world.