Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Miami Herald circulation dips slightly; St. Petersburg Times is still Florida's largest newspaper

From the St. Petersburg Times:
The St. Petersburg Times saw Sunday circulation increase 6.6 percent in new figures released for fall 2011 by the Audit Bureau of Circulations. Weekday circulation dipped 1.4 percent in the figures, which were the second set of numbers this year released under new counting methods established by the ABC.
Some more numbers:

Sarasota Herald Tribune: 83,140 Sundays, 63,864 daily.

Miami Herald: 209,116 Sunday, 160,505 daily.

Sun Sentinel (Ft. Lauderdale):
224,763 Sundays, 147,860 daily.

Orlando Sentinel:
286,982 Sunday, 171,418 daily.
Here are the numbers for the same newspapers from May, 2011:
Tampa Tribune: 262,218 Sundays, 164,568 daily.

Sarasota Herald Tribune:
106,127 Sundays, 83,085 daily.

Miami Herald:
217,163 Sunday, 173,555 daily.

Sun Sentinel (Ft. Lauderdale):
253,247 Sundays, 174,641 daily.

Orlando Sentinel: 287,845 Sunday, 187,841 daily.

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