Most regional newspapers in Northern Ireland saw their sales fall in the first half of this year, according to the latest ABC figures.
Only the River Media Newspapers Group, whose titles are fully paid-for, saw an increase in circulation – rising 20.6pc year-on-year to an average of 19,492 sales for the period January to June 2013.
The ABC figures released today show all the daily and Sunday titles had a fall in circulation, including the Belfast Telegraph, whose sales fell 8.6pc to 49,228, while its sister Sunday Life title saw a decrease of 6.1pc.
The ABC figures for the mainland regional press will be published next Wednesday.
Here is the full list of figures for Northern Ireland, with the circulation figure followed by the year-on-year increase or decrease.
Belfast Telegraph 49,228 -8.6pc
Irish News – Morning 40,842 -3.0pc
Sunday Life 45,768 -6.1pc
Ulster – News Letter 20,755 -6.5pc
Banbridge Chronicle 3,884 -7.6pc
Community Telegraph East Belfast 33,760 -0.9pc
Community Telegraph Group 105,207 -1.1pc
Community Telegraph North Belfast 24,431 -0.9pc
Community Telegraph North Down & Ards 24,866 -0.7pc
Community Telegraph South Belfast 22,150 -2.2pc
County Derry Post 4,448 -0.7pc
Derry News – Monday 5,446 -5.9pc
Derry News – Thursday 5,399 -8.4pc
Fermanagh Herald 12,144 -5.0pc
Newry Reporter 9,842 -9.4pc
The North West of Ireland Printing & Publishing News Group 47,890 -4.6pc
River Media Newspapers Group 19,492 20.6pc
Strabane Chronicle 4,779 -5.7pc
Tyrone Herald 6,153 -4.2pc
Ulster Herald 11,315 -1.6pc