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Monday, 30th April 2007

Statistics, Lists & Rankings: Newspaper Circulation United States

Newspaper Circulation Falls 2.1 Percent

Weekday circulation at U.S. daily newspapers fell 2.1 percent in the latest six-month reporting period, according to figures released Monday, in the latest sign that people are turning to the Internet and other media for news.

Comparable figures for Sunday newspapers fell 3.1 percent, according to the Newspaper Association of America, an industry group. The calculations are based on reports that newspapers deliver to the Audit Bureau of Circulations.

See Also: NAA Study Shows Subscriber Retention Up, Churn At 35 Percent

See Also: Top Newspapers by Largest Reported Circulation (U.S. and Canada, Interactive Databases)
++ Consumer Magazines
++ Business Press
++ Farm Publications

See Also: (NAdbase) 2007 Newspaper Audience Database
+ Top 100 Newspapers
+ Readership in Top 10, 25 and 50 Markets
+ Top 100 Newspaper Websites
+ Total Newspaper Web Audience

See Also: NAA Circulation Update

See Also: The Source 2006: Newspaper Circulation Statistics

See Also: Top 150 Designated Market Areas

Sources: AP, Audit Bureau of Circulations, Newspaper Association of America,


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