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Capitol Communicator has a report that the top news publications continue to command strong circulation numbers but almost all have seen circulation declines during the past year.

U.S. newspaper circulation continues to decline dramatically

by | Feb 19, 2024

The top news publications continue to command strong circulation numbers. But almost all have declined in the past year, according to the Alliance for Audited Media, as reported by PressGazette, states Publishers Dailly.

Below are the top-10 print titles, their circulation numbers and their declines year-over-year:

  1. Wall Street Journal—555,200 (-14%)
  2. New York Times—267,600 (-13%)
  3. New York Post—131,200 (-8%)
  4. Washington Post—127,700 (-13%)
  5. USA Today—121,600 (-16%)
  6. Los Angeles Times—105,700 (-17%)
  7. Star Tribune—86,900 (-12%)
  8. Newsday—83,500 (-10%)
  9. Chicago Tribune—73,000 (-16%)
  10. Seattle Times—71,700 (-13%)

Print circulation is the average number of copies of a publication and is a good proxy measure of print readership and is one of the principal factors used to set print advertising rates.

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