Magazine circulation in U.S. plummets nearly 10 percent

From The New York Times : “Newsstand sales for the 472 consumer titles in the United States measured by the Audit Bureau of Circulations declined 9.1 percent, to 39.3 million, in the last half of 2009 versus the same period a year earlier, the organization reported this morning.” Related Advertising Age What will happen to journalism when all the media’s billionaire sugar daddies die? Media columnist Simon Dumenco takes a closer look.

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