Delivered at dawn

Strupp, Joe
April 1999
Editor & Publisher;04/24/99, Vol. 132 Issue 17, p14
Trade Publication
Reports on efforts by newspapers in the United States to stop declining circulation by delivering issues earlier than usual. Demands from readers who are commuting in the morning to deliver newspapers earlier; Target delivery time of morning newspapers; Factors cited by the Newspaper Association of America on drop in circulation.


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