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Regional ABCs: Circulation falls on 92% of weeklies

Troubled state of paid-for weekly newspaper market highlighted by new figures.

More than ninety per cent of paid-for weekly local and regional papers in the UK recorded a year-on-year fall in circulation in the second-half of last year, according to figures out today.

Data supplied by the Audit Bureau of Circulations reveals that just 29 of 383 paid-for weekly titles accredited by the organisation put on circulation in the last six months of 2010.

The troubled state of the paid-for weekly newspaper market was highlighted by 53 titles suffering a double-digit year-on-year fall in circulation over the six month period.

Read the full story at the Press Gazette