Why am I not surprised?
Could it be they are too...liberal?
posted on 05/23/2002 6:28:53 PM PDT
They give it away on-line, without the mess, the fuss, and all the ads. What kind of fool pays for that junk anyway?
Oregonian Circulation Down
I was going to suggest Viagra...guess I misread the title.
posted on 05/23/2002 6:42:25 PM PDT
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Washington Times, new subscribers during the month of May will receive a subscription for one year for $20 (minus Sundays). It would be great for the Washington Post to lose circulation while the WT gained. Anyone meaning to subscribe but procrastinating, now's the time. Such a deal!
posted on 05/23/2002 6:43:12 PM PDT
Why is this news??? Maybe if they had only two liberal editorials to every one conservative instead of the current 4:1, they might increase their circulation?
To: fortress; Prodigal Daughter
>Could it be they are too...liberal?
Yes. The public is no longer "buying it." A Sam Newhouse paper rated a few years ago as the most liberal paper in the U.S. in cities over 125,000.
posted on 05/24/2002 2:05:16 AM PDT
Great news! I can't think of a newspaper that deserves a falling circulation more than "The Oregonian" does.
You have to factor in that Oregon has the highest unemployment in the nation. For the unemployed, a newspaper is a non-essential.
posted on 05/24/2002 12:25:05 PM PDT
posted on 05/24/2002 1:37:29 PM PDT
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