Of the top 25 newspapers; the Washington Post suffered the biggest circulation declines. Sounds like it’s time for a course correction.
We’ve known for a while that our hometown newspaper of record was suffering, but new circulation numbers show how bad the suffering really is.
According to figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulations, the Post’s daily circulation fell 7.84 percent from March 2011 to March 2012, representing the single biggest drop among the 25 biggest newspapers in the U.S. Worse yet, reported Poynter,Sunday circulation also fell, dropping 15.66 percent over a year, from 852,861 in March 2011 to 719,301 a year later. This decrease again put the Post ahead of all its competitors in terms of loss of readers.
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