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Strib circulation down, PiPress flat

Posted at 3:57 PM on November 5, 2007 by Bill Wareham (0 Comments)

News consumption patterns continue to change in Minnesota. According to Editor & Publisher:

In the Minneapolis/St. Paul area, circulation declined in Minneapolis and was virtually flat in St. Paul. At the Star Tribune, daily dropped 6.5% to 335,443, and Sunday was down 4.3% to 570,443. Daily and Sunday circulation at the St. Paul Pioneer Press was up a fraction -- 0.1% for both averages. Daily circ is 184,474 and Sunday is 245,930.

The Strib decline was worse than at most top 25 papers. For context, the full E & P article is here.

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