Newspaper Circulation

Newspaper Circulation Drop Is "Largest in Decade", Oregonian Circulation Declines 12%

Newspaper circulation numbers continue to decline across the board, and the Dead Fish Wrapper is no exception.  Over the past six months, the Fish Wrapper's numbers decreased by 12.06%.  Astonishlingly, though, that wasn't the biggest decrease.  Here are numbers for the top 25 papers in the country, as published by Editor and Publisher:

  • THE WALL STREET JOURNAL -- 2,024,269 -- 0.61%
  • USA TODAY -- 1,900,116 -- (-17.15%)
  • THE NEW YORK TIMES -- 927,851 -- (-7.28%)
  • LOS ANGELES TIMES -- 657,467 -- (-11.05%)
  • THE WASHINGTON POST -- 582,844 -- (-6.40%)
  • DAILY NEWS (NEW YORK) -- 544,167 -- (-13.98%)
  • NEW YORK POST -- 508,042 -- (-18.77%)
  • CHICAGO TRIBUNE -- 465,892 -- (-9.72%)
  • HOUSTON CHRONICLE -- 384,419 -- (-14.24%)
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Newspaper circulation numbers continue to decline across the board, and the Dead Fish Wrapper is no exception.  Over the past six months, the Fish Wrapper's numbers decreased by 12.06%.  Astonishlingly, though, that wasn't the biggest decrease.  Here are numbers for the top 25 papers in the country, as published by Editor and Publisher:

  • THE WALL STREET JOURNAL -- 2,024,269 -- 0.61%
  • USA TODAY -- 1,900,116 -- (-17.15%)
  • THE NEW YORK TIMES -- 927,851 -- (-7.28%)
  • LOS ANGELES TIMES -- 657,467 -- (-11.05%)
  • THE WASHINGTON POST -- 582,844 -- (-6.40%)
  • DAILY NEWS (NEW YORK) -- 544,167 -- (-13.98%)
  • NEW YORK POST -- 508,042 -- (-18.77%)
  • CHICAGO TRIBUNE -- 465,892 -- (-9.72%)
  • HOUSTON CHRONICLE -- 384,419 -- (-14.24%)

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