Torin Douglas, media correspondent at the BBC, looks at the decline of regional newspaper sales.
His article looks at the continuing decline in regional newspapers sales. According to new data from the Audit Bureau of Circulations, reported in Press Gazette. It says only three UK regional dailies grew their circulation in the first six months of the year, and 11 reported a double-digit drop, with the Nottingham Post reporting the biggest fall of 16.9 per cent to 35,361. This was followed by the Yorkshire Evening Post (down 14.6 per cent to 36,512) and the Doncaster Star (down 14.1 per cent to 2,327).”
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