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Media Wednesday: Top U.S. Newspapers

TODAY’S BUZZ TIP | August 5, 2009

Last week I gave the list of the top consumer magazines and today’s it’s all about newspapers.  Despite of the fact that many newspapers are falling under the weight of the recession, newspapers are still extremely important, and some more than others.  Here are the top 25 as compiled by Burrelles/Luce:

Rank, Newspaper, Daily, Sunday:

1 – USA Today, 2,113,725, N/A
2 – The Wall Street Journal, 2,082,189, N/A
3 – The New York Times, 1,039,031, 1,451,233
4 – Los Angeles Times, 723,181, 1,019,388
5 – The Washington Post, 665,383, 868,965
7 – New York Post, 558,140, 357, 168
8 – Chicago Tribune, 501,202, 858,256
9 – The Houston Chronicle, 425,138, 583,364
10 – The Arizona Public (Phoenix), 389,701, 516,562
11 – The Denver Post, 371,728, 526,235
12 – Newsday (long Island, NY), 368,164, 426,510
13 – The Dallas Morning News, 331,907, 474,923
14 – Star Tribune (Minneapolis, MN), 320,076, 497,678
15 – Chicago Sun-Times, 312,141, 254,379
16 – San Francisco Chronicle, 312,118, 354,752
17 – The Boston Globe, 302,638, 466,665
18 – The Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH), 291,630, 393,352
19 – Detroit Free Fress, 290,730, 585,022
20 – The Philadelphia Inquirer, 288,298, 550,400
21 – The Star-Ledger (Newark, NJ), 287,082, 404,903
22 – St. Petersburg Times, 283,093, 413,929
23 – The Oregonian (Portland, OR), 268,512, 325,816
24 – The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 261,828, 462,011
25 – The San Diego Union-Tribune, 261,253, 33

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