LA Times Sees Small Circulation Increase

The Los Angeles Times saw a 1.9 percent increase in circulation from last year, according to Tuesday’s report by the Audit Bureau of Circulations.

The total average circulation for the LAT is 616,575 as of March 31, compared to 605,244 last March. It also passed the New York Daily News in circulation and is now the fourth-largest newspaper in the country.

Below are the Top 10 newspapers by circulation:

1)WALL STREET JOURNAL 2,118,315 +0.02%
2)USA TODAY 1,817,446 -0.64%
3)NEW YORK TIMES 1,586,757 +73.05%
4)LOS ANGELES TIMES 616,575 +1.87%
5)NEW YORK DAILY NEWS 579,636 +9.17%
6)SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS 575,786 -0.32%
7)NEW YORK POST 555,327 +6.21%
8)WASHINGTON POST 507,615 -7.84%
9)CHICAGO SUN-TIMES 422,335 +0.70%
10)CHICAGO TRIBUNE 414,590 -5.17%

[H/T LA Observed]