FAS-FAX Numbers Show More Circ Declines
Daily circulation at the Los Angeles Times dropped about 5.4% to 851,832. Sunday proved better for the paper, down 1.8%.
Now since the LA TImes circulation area continues to gain in population, one would think there would be a point at which the circulation would start to rise and not drop - or that at least the rate of fall would decrease.
Once again, not only did LA Times lose readers but it lost more of them and at a faster rate than any of the other ten largest papers in the country.
The problem is that despite marked improvements in parts of the paper - train wrecks like the new WEST Magazine are still all too common.