Skip to comments.Newspaper circulation down. Sanfrancisco Chronicle down 17%
Posted on 11/08/2005 6:02:22 PM PST by jim9215
Most newspaper stocks were down following the latest release Monday of circulation data from the Audit Bureau of Circulation. The trade group said average weekday circulation at U.S. newspapers fell 2.6% for the six-month period ended Sept. 30. The news is the latest step in a grim march for newspapers, as increased Internet readership and other changing reader habits erode the subscriber base.
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Yes, whoo hoo! LOL
Couldn't happen to a nicer bunch.
Death by Capitalism, obviously people are more informed these days and demand a better product from the media.
Funny thing, the new media seems to be doing quite well. :P
This is good news for the trees and anyone looking for honest reporting. Thank God for the internet.
Probably not but I still subscribe to four conservative magazines and various technical journals. I quit reading the local newspaper many years ago after I subscribed to the the National Review and later the American Spectator. I really just lost interest in the paper and I was ticked off with it anyway.
"Sanfrancisco Chronicle down 17%"
That is some good news.
I think you meant
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