Most U.S. newspapers lose 10% percent circ, says ABC

27 Oct 2009

According to the Sept. 30 six-month report by the Audit Bureau of Circulations, the average weekday print circulation of U.S. newspapers dropped 11 percent on average, the worst decline in years. In March - the prior report - papers lost 7.1 percent, and Sept. 2008's reported in

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Sharon Hill

Sharon Hill has been a senior writer / analyst with the AIM Group since 2004, except for a two-year time-out to serve as sales and marketing manager for Suburban Newspapers of America. She worked at newspapers in California, the Carolinas and Indiana as a classified advertising sales supervisor and manager, and in newspaper circulation in Alaska. At the SNA, she was responsible for bringing in new members; lining up exhibitors, and helping develop programs for the classified conference and the classified alliance. She is also co-author of “Implementing and Managing Telework: A Guide for those who make it Happen” (Praeger Press) and a prolific blogger and social media user. She is based in Phoenix.