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Trivia Tidbit Of The Day: Part 192 -- U.S. Newspaper Circulation.

Newspaper Circulation Down-

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Source:
Newspaper Association of America (NAA).

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Previous Trivia Tidbit: Tax Brackets.

Posted by Will Franklin · 21 October 2005 11:25 AM

Comments

Look at those Sunday paper numbers. Told ya' -- people, more and more, just want those coupons. And Dilbert.

Posted by: Cullen at October 21, 2005 12:14 PM

the MSM's numbers are going down down doown - AND THOSDE ARE THE FAKED/TRUMPED UP NUMBERS!!!!

imagine how LOW the REAL numbers must be!

why is it dropping?

the MSM is OUT OF TOUCH, and TOO Leftist.

Need proof? Fox News GREW as others in cable news declined.

and more center/right-of-center papers have done better than leftist rags like the nytimes - which is AFTER ALL just the toy of a rich kid who inherited it. and the nytimes sets the agenda for the rest of the left-wing dominated MSM.

or, look at it this way:

mel gibson's movie did HUGE B.O. by APPEALING to a segment of the market which Hollywood IGNORES (and whose values they repudiate!).

if newspapers were more centrist/more right --- AND IF THEIR NEWS REPORTING WAS UNBIASED --- then their circulation WOULD INCREASE.they would keep their current base and expand it by ADDING readers.

why don't they do this, then?

because their LEFTIST AGENDA -- (an anti-West, anti-traditional/anti-bourgoise, anti-patriotic/multilateralist, multiculturalist agenda which seeks to demolish the pillars of our culutre: the family, faith, and patriotism) -- is more important than anything else.

they will "die in their bunkers".

Posted by: reliapundit at October 21, 2005 12:53 PM

I notice that the Sunday circulations peaked in 1994, time of the Gingrich revolution.

The Sundays have been in decline ever since.

Coincidence?

I think not!

Posted by: Ken McCracken at October 21, 2005 05:03 PM