Inky Falls Beneath 300,000 Circulation

The combined circulation for the Philadelphia Inquirer/Daily News is now 296,427 for weekdays according to the latest figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulations.

This includes 43,224 digital subscribers and 59,474 from "branded editions" which likely includes the Daily News readers.

The weekday circulation in March 2011 was 343,710.

The Inquirer's circulation for Sundays -- which includes 64,774 digital and 23,018 branded edition readers -- is 468,559.



 

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  • 10/31/2012 1:34 PM James Hennessey wrote:
    Couldn't happen to a better paper. This is what happens when Progressive's take over a news paper/media...
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    1. 10/31/2012 4:05 PM Bill Lawrence wrote:
      Exactly. When Progressives take over it means the newspaper stops reporting news and becomes a propaganda sheet. Not even progressives want to read propaganda.
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    2. 10/31/2012 4:11 PM Charlie Banister wrote:
      I do believe that BillLawrenceonline.com has wider readership than the inflated dreams of the Inquirer.
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