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List of newspapers in the United States by circulation

This is a list of the top 10 newspapers in the United States by weekday circulation as of March 2013.[1] These figures include both print and digital subscriptions, are compiled by the Alliance for Audited Media.[1] The figures include normal print editions, branded print editions (e.g., regional editions or editions tailored for commuters), and digital subscriptions (e.g., for tablet computers or restricted-access).[1] The data are compiled by the Alliance for Audited Media.[1]

Rank Newspaper Primary
Locality
State Weekday
Circulation
Owner
1 The Wall Street Journal Nationwide 2,378,827 News Corp
2 The New York Times Nationwide New York 1,865,318 The New York Times Company
3 USA Today Nationwide 1,674,306 Gannett Company
4 Los Angeles Times Los Angeles California 653,868 Tribune Publishing
5 Daily News New York City New York 516,165 Daily News, L.P.
6 New York Post New York City New York 500,521 News Corp
7 The Washington Post Washington D.C. 474,767 Nash Holdings
8 Chicago Sun-Times Chicago Illinois 470,548 Wrapports
9 The Denver Post Denver Colorado 416,676 Digital First Media
10 Chicago Tribune Chicago Illinois 414,930 Tribune Publishing

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References

  1. ^ a b c d The Associated Press (2013-04-30). "Top 10 Newspapers By Circulation: Wall Street Journal Leads Weekday Circulation". The Huffington Post. 
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