Fitzgerald, Mark
May 2000
Editor & Publisher;05/29/2000, Vol. 133 Issue 22, p12
Trade Publication
Cites the findings of an Audit Bureau of Circulations report on the circulation of newspapers in the United States. Top- and worst-performing newspapers; Factors behind the decline or the increase in the circulation of US newspapers.


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