Wednesday, October 28, 2009

The Nation's Newspapers Slammed By Circulation Plunge

From The Village Voice:

Leading the way in this catalogue of misery were the San Francisco Chronicle, down 26 percent, the Newark Star-Ledger, down 22 percent, and the Dallas Morning News, also down 22 percent. USA Today, the number two newspaper in the country, dropped 17 percent. The Boston Globe dropped 18.5 percent.

Locally, the New York Post lost 19 percent, and the Daily News was down 14 percent. The New York Times dropped 7 percent, and Newsday fell by 5.5 percent. Only the Wall Street Journal managed a slight increase.


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