Average daily (Monday through Friday) circulation fell 2.1% from the same period a year earlier among 745 newspapers that submitted data, according to the Newspaper Association of America's analysis of figures released Monday [April 30, 2007] by the Audit Bureau of Circulation. Average Sunday circulation sank 3.1% among 601 reporting papers.
Among the prominent losers were The New York Times, which saw average daily circulation fall 1.9% to 1,120,420; the Washington Post, which slipped 3.5% to 699,130; and the Boston Globe, which sank 3.7% to 382,503.
Tuesday, May 01, 2007
The Water Keeps Rising
The water is still rising at the Globe. From Forbes: