The island newspapers that cover the most news from around the world are all covered in Iran, according to an analysis by Iranian news outlet The Garden Island newspaper.
Iran’s biggest daily newspaper, the English-language Isna, which is owned by the conservative Islamic Republic Press House, was ranked number one in the world by the website NewsBusters.
Iranian satellite channel Iran TV was ranked fifth in the country.
Other major news outlets included the Tasnim news agency and the English language New York Times.
In the first quarter of 2016, Iran’s media was reported to have received over $6 billion in revenue from the sale of its media assets, which include television stations, newspapers, news agencies and social media platforms.
The number of journalists in Iran has been declining since the early 2000s.
Iran has more than 20,000 journalists.
The country’s top 10 daily newspapers, which publish the country’s largest circulation, are owned by Iranian media companies including the National Newspaper Group, the Central Newspaper Group and the Islamic Press House.