March ABCs: Dailies

The Independent‘s sister paper i dropped 245 per cent in month-on-month circulation following the end of its TV advertising push, which boosted sales by 31.6 per cent in February.

Elsewhere, the Daily Star was the biggest drop among the nationals, both in terms of annual and monthly sales. (Source: MediaGuardian)

 

The Sun

Headline circulation: 2,817,857

Month-on-month change: -0.02

Year-on-year change: -6.24%

 

Daily Mail

Headline circulation: 2,039,731

Month-on-month change: -1.49%

Year-on-year change: -1.2%

 

Daily Mirror

Headline circulation: 1,155,895

Month-on-month change: -1.81%

Year-on-year change: -7.31%

 

Daily Star

Headline circulation: 699,216

Month-on-month change: -2.68%

Year-on-year change: -15.45%

 

Daily Express

Headline circulation: 620,616

Month-on-month change: -0.48%

Year-on-year change: -7.13%

 

Daily Telegraph

Headline circulation: 626,416

Month-on-month change: -0.31%

Year-on-year change: -8.78%

 

The Times

Headline circulation: 446,109

Month-on-month change: -0.03%

Year-on-year change: -11.21%

 

Financial Times

Headline circulation: 381,658

Month-on-month change: -0.76%

Year-on-year change: -4.89%

 

The Guardian

Headline circulation: 261,116

Month-on-month change: -0.57%

Year-on-year change: -7.75%

 

The Independent

Headline circulation: 181,934

Month-on-month change: -0.32%

Year-on-year change: -1.2%

 

i

Headline circulation: 171,415

Month-on-month change: -2.45%

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“Before we all sink into a slough of digital dystopian despair, it might be worth considering this: is this a sign of the strength, not weakness, of revelatory journalism in the digital age?”


Charlie Beckett, director of POLIS at the London School of Economics, reacts to news that the UK government forced the Guardian into destroying hard drives that contained information leaked by Edward Snowden.


(Source: POLIS)

 

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