Monday, April 27, 2009

Newspaper readership continues free-fall at all dailies except one.

** EVERY major U.S. daily reported by the Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC) -- continues to lose readers -- except the Wall Street Journal (WSJ).

** Click here for the latest list of the top 25 papers in the United States.

** This obviously raises more questions about the WSJ -- than about other publications -- because the constellation of reasons behind plunging readership and revenues -- are already widely known.

(Original material © 2009 by David Kusumoto.)

1 comment:

  1. I think the reason for this is the focus on the markets and the continued belief in America that the WSJ is the one voice of credibility. You watch when this thing bounces back ... we'll see USA Today taking off again. :-)