Circulation of select newspapers in the U.S. 2015

Average weekday individually paid print circulation of select newspapers in the United States as of September 2015 (in thousands)

Circulation of select newspapers in the U.S. 2015 This statistic shows the average weekday individually paid print circulation of select newspapers in the United States as of September 2015. On an average weekday, Newsday, published by Cablevision Systems Corporation, sold 217 thousand copies. The leading newspaper on this list was the Wall Street Journal, which had a weekday paid print circulation of over 1.06 million. The New York Times Company, whose main newspaper was second on the list, generated circulation revenue of over 880 million U.S. dollars in 2016.
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Average weekday individually paid print circulation of select newspapers in the United States as of September 2015 (in thousands)

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Circulation in thousands
Wall Street Journal1,064
New York Times528
Washington Post330
Los Angeles Times328
USA Today299
Chicago Tribune266
New York Post245
New York Daily News228
Newsday217
Minneapolis Star-Tribune184
Houston Chronicle169
Arizona Republic164
Denver Post156
Cleveland Plain Dealer153
Tampa Bay Times141
Dallas Morning News140
Boston Globe140
Philadelphia Inquirer138
Chicago Sun-Times118
San Diego Union-Tribune117
Newark Star-Ledger114
Orange County Register110
Honolulu Star-Advertiser94
Atlanta Journal-Constitution92
Las Vegas Review-Journal90
Circulation in thousands
Wall Street Journal1,064
New York Times528
Washington Post330
Los Angeles Times328
USA Today299
Chicago Tribune266
New York Post245
New York Daily News228
Newsday217
Minneapolis Star-Tribune184
Houston Chronicle169
Arizona Republic164
Denver Post156
Cleveland Plain Dealer153
Tampa Bay Times141
Dallas Morning News140
Boston Globe140
Philadelphia Inquirer138
Chicago Sun-Times118
San Diego Union-Tribune117
Newark Star-Ledger114
Orange County Register110
Honolulu Star-Advertiser94
Atlanta Journal-Constitution92
Las Vegas Review-Journal90
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This statistic shows the average weekday individually paid print circulation of select newspapers in the United States as of September 2015. On an average weekday, Newsday, published by Cablevision Systems Corporation, sold 217 thousand copies. The leading newspaper on this list was the Wall Street Journal, which had a weekday paid print circulation of over 1.06 million. The New York Times Company, whose main newspaper was second on the list, generated circulation revenue of over 880 million U.S. dollars in 2016.
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