All but one of Trinity Mirror’s daily and Sunday titles showed declining sales during December according to latest ABC figures released today.
Monthly figures for the group’s major titles saw circulation down on 13 out of 14 titles with Wales on Sunday showing the steepest drop – 7.6pc down on November.
The only title to increase sales was the Teesside Evening Gazette, up 0.5pc on the previous month.
Sales for all 14 titles were down on the average for the period January to June 2013, the last full set of ABCs.
The full figures were as follows:
|Title||Dec-13||Jan-Jun ABCs||% Change|
|Huddersfield Daily Examiner||16,848||17,704||-4.84|
|Manchester Evening News||69,347||73,622||-5.81|
|North Wales Daily Post||27,126||28,331||-4.25|
|South Wales Echo||24,261||27,700||-12.42|
|Teesside Evening Gazette||30,222||33,013||-8.45|
|Wales on Sunday||19,131||23,416||-18.30|