Newsprint use up in September

Fitzgerald; Liburt, Mark
November 1999
Editor & Publisher;11/27/99, Vol. 132 Issue 48, p10
Trade Publication
Reports that United States daily newspapers consumed more newsprint in September 1999 than it did in the same month in 1998, according to the Newspaper Association of America.


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