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Journal circulation tops 29,500 for the first time

The booming circulation figures at the Salisbury Journal just go on and on. After yet another ABC half-year increase for July to December 2000 (up by302 copies per week to 28,491), this year has seen a series of even steeperincreases.

York in the top three:ABC news

The York Evening Press is placed equal third with an increase in sales, by 0.67 per cent, to 42,546. Evening Press editor Liz Page said today: “Pleasingly, this is our seventhconsecutive ABC increase and these figures include a growth in

Readership up by 500,000:ABC figures released

Page 3 of 3 Fifty-two per cent of weekly titles increased their circulation but aggregate sales were down by 0.6 per cent. The West Briton Series has the highest circulation – 50,785 copies, 100% of which are actively purchased. Manchester

Profiling the 'winners':ABC news

Among the good news in the newly-published ABC figures was a rise of 1.26 per cent for the Bolton Evening News, which now enjoys a circulation of 41,073. The Ipswich Evening Star increased its sales by 0.68 per cent to

Boost for Bolton:ABC news

Among the good news in the newly-published ABC figures was a rise of 1.26 per cent for the Bolton Evening News, which now enjoys a circulation of 41,073. Evening News editor Mark Rossiter said: “We are absolutely delighted. The growth

Doing well in Dorset:ABC news

In Weymouth, the Dorset Evening Echo also increased sales, by 0.67 per cent to 20,891. David Murdock, editor of the Evening Echo said: “We are fortunate in that since 1998, we have seen a steady increase in circulation each year.

Readership up by 500,000:ABC figures released

Page 1 of 3 More than half a million new readers are getting their news from the regional and local press. The latest Audit Bureau Circulation figures show the increase on this time last year. Winners and losers in the

Life IS local ABC figures show

For the third consecutive year more than half of all regional newspaper titles have sold more copies, with 61% of weekly titles enjoying a year-on-year increase. Newspaper Society marketing director, Chris Stanley, said: “As media choice continues to grow and

Sales figures show winners and losers

MORE than 50 regional daily newspapers lost sales in the second half of 1999, new figures show. But the message from the Newspaper Society was upbeat after data for 1,224 daily and weekly titles was published on the same day