Newspaper circulation falls 10 percent

The average weekday circulation of nearly 400 dailies fell 10.6 percent between April and September, compared to a 7.1 percent slump during the previous six months, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulation. Many readers are turning to the Web, because—unlike in print—the product is, well, free . Related PR Junkie Here’s the good news: In the third quarter, newspaper Web sites saw the most traffic ever. Related Gawker  The job market is so bad for journalists that MediaBist…

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