Tuesday, February 28, 2006

A newspaper on the rise?

The Wall Street Journal took a look in yesterday's paper at some of the recent changes at The Globe and Mail, as well as some trends that are working against the grain in terms of the paper's circulation.
For the six months ended Sept. 30, the Globe's circulation climbed 5% to an average of 335,013 on weekdays. During the same period, average U.S. daily newspaper circulation declined by 2.6%; and among the country's biggest 20 papers, as measured by circulation, only one, the Newark, N.J., Star-Ledger, gained circulation.
Let the record show I joined The Globe six months prior to Sept. 30. Heh.

Credit to mainstream-media blogging guru David Akin for the link.


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