ABC National Newspaper Round-Up: November 2012

07 Dec 2012 

The daily newspaper market was down -1% on October, with The Daily Express performing best with only a 0.7% rise from October to 537,236 copies.

The Financial Times and Daily Record saw the biggest losses, down -3.9% and -5.6%, respectively.

The Independent, currently looking for an investor, dropped -1.2%, shedding 48,800 readers to hit a new low of just 79,000.

In the Sunday market, The Sunday Times dipped below 900,000 copies for the first time, falling 1% month-on-month to 894,992.

The Sun on Sunday remains reasonably flat, but is still losing readers at just over 2 million (-1.3%).

Meanwhile, The Mail on Sunday fell 1% to 1,732,385 copies, but The Daily Star Sunday is the biggest loser, down -5.3%, dropping to 368,268 copies.

The Sunday market fell -2% from October.

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