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- `USA' and `Wall Street Journal' assess ad data. // Adweek Western Edition;8/14/95, Vol. 45 Issue 33, p12
Reports that the `USA Today' and `The Wall Street Journal' newspapers are funding a pilot project to improve syndicated audience research used in determining the relative value of media advertising.
- Two papers to fund research. // Editor & Publisher;9/2/95, Vol. 128 Issue 35, p29
Reports that the newspapers `USA Today' and the `Wall Street Journal' will fund the Pure Print project which will study methods of improving syndicated audience research.
- USA Today in War of Words With Journal. Moses, Lucia // MediaWeek;3/22/2010, Vol. 20 Issue 12, p4
The article reports on a dispute about circulation which is being seen in 2010 between the newspapers "USA Today" and "The Wall Street Journal."
- USA Today's circulation moves ahead of Wall Street Journal. // Quill;Dec99, Vol. 87 Issue 9, p3
Reveals that the newspaper `USA Today' has inched ahead of `The Wall Street Journal' in circulation, as reported by the Audit Bureau of Circulations on November 10, 1999. Average number of copies sold daily; Performance of small newspapers; Other large newspapers gaining circulation.
- Readership declines go on. Sacharow, Anya // MediaWeek;5/6/96, Vol. 6 Issue 19, p6
Reports on increased circulation for the newspapers, `USA Today' and `The Wall Street Journal,' despite the reported circulation losses of daily newspapers in the United States for the six-month period ending on March 31, 1996. Reasons for the increase in the readership of `USA Today'; Intense...
- WSJ and USA Today wage circulation war (of words). Neuwirth, Robert // Editor & Publisher;08/15/98, Vol. 131 Issue 33, p8
Focuses on the issue of circulation involving the `Wall Street Journal' and the `USA Today' national newspapers. `Journal' newspaper's issuance of a Statement of Total Circulation; Audit Bureau of Circulations' circulation figures for `USA Today'; `USA Today' president and publisher Thomas...
- New ABC rule boosts bundled subscriptions. Saba, Jennifer // Editor & Publisher;Nov2009, Vol. 142 Issue 11, p11
The article focuses on the report of FAS-FAX about "The Wall Street Journal." It emphasized that "The Wall Street Journal" has become the top newspaper in the U.S. in terms of circulation. The report proved this by citing the 17% decline in the daily circulation of "USA Today" due to the...
- Deadline U.S.A. Stein, Nicholas; Burke, Doris // Fortune;7/8/2002, Vol. 146 Issue 1, p78
Discusses the competition in the U.S. newspaper industry. Rivalry between the 'Wall Street Journal,' 'New York Times,' and 'USA Today' for Pulitzer awards and circulation; Role of national newspapers in advertising and discounts they offer marketers; Background on the introduction of 'USA...
- Deadline U.S.A. Stein, Nicholas; Burke, Doris // Fortune International (Europe);07/08/2002, Vol. 146 Issue 1, p66
Discusses competition in the U.S. newspaper industry. Rivalry between the 'Wall Street Journal,' 'New York Times,' and 'USA Today' for Pulitzer awards and circulation; Role of national newspapers in advertising and discounts they offer marketers; Background on the introduction of 'USA Today'...