Daily newspaper circulation drops dramatically

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Strib posts biggest circulation gain of top 20 dailies--at one-third of 1 percent

In fact, the Strib was one of only four top 20 dailies to post even a nominal circ increase. Here are the figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulation:

1. USA Today, 2,281,831 (up .05%);
2. The Wall Street Journal, 2,070,498 (down .8%);
3. NY Times, 1,136,433 (up .24%);
4. LA Times, 907,997 (down 6.5%);
5. The Washington Post, 751,871 (down 2.7%);
6. NY Daily News, 735,536 (down 1.5%);
7. NY Post, 678,086 (up .01%);
8. Chicago Tribune, 573,744 (down 6.6%);
9. Houston Chronicle, 527,744 (down 3.9%);
10. SF Chronicle, 468,739 (down 6.1%);
11. The Arizona Republic, 452,016 (down 3.2%);
12. The Boston Globe, 434,330 (down 3.9%);
13. Star-Ledger of Newark, 394,767 (down 1.6%);
14. Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 391,373 (down 2.4%);
15. Star Tribune, 378,316 (up .33%);
16. Philadelphia Inquirer, 364,974 (down 3%);
17. Cleveland Plain Dealer, 348,416 (down 5.2%);
18. Detroit Free Press 347,447 (down 2%);
19. St. Petersburg Times, 337,515 (down 3.2%);
20. Portland Oregonian, 335,980 (down 1.8%)



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