Aug 15, 2014

Media briefs: print woes… Serious Charge … meet the Spectators …

The Age sells has lost 20% of its circulation in a year. And other media tidbits of the day.

Print papers continue to fall. The Age sells 20% fewer papers now than it did a year ago, according to circulations figures released this morning by the Audit Bureau of Circulations. It’s the largest single percentage decline in another set of falling figures.

On a company-by-company basis, Fairfax’s print circulations are down 12.92% year-on-year, according to figures complied by Fusion Strategy. News Corp’s declines aren’t as bad – 8.55% – while Seven West Media’s papers have lost 7.73% of their circulations in 12 months.

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