It allows for a comprehensive examination of circulation
, giving librarians an insight into specific usage trends over specific periods of time.
Ever since digital readership came into play, producing accurate and true circulation
figures has become something of an exercise in quantum theory.
gain, to 40,483, when comparing the six months ending Sept.
The Telegram & Gazette, the state's third largest newspaper, had an average daily circulation
of 72,871 and a Sunday circulation
Remaining with a circulation
of more than 19,000 from April 2008, circulation
was at its highest for the November 27 edition, when it hit over 20,000.
45 percent drop in Sunday circulation
for the six months ended Sept.
Dixon simulated various scenarios for ocean circulation
in the North Atlantic from now until 2100.
has been a ubiquitous practice in Latin American and Caribbean societies from the colonial period into the twentieth century.
For the year's first six months, the Times said average daily circulation
was 902,164, a decline of 5.
So it is a serious blow to the newspaper industry's credibility when the owners of major newspapers acknowledge publicly that the circulation
numbers have been falsely inflated, as happened recently at the Chicago Sun-Times and at Tribune Co.
The Phoenix-based Arizona Republic is one of the papers that believe its circulation
declined became of the 2003 legislation.
ABC-audited magazines generated more than $16 billion in advertising sales and more than $10 billion in circulation
revenue in 2002, according to Magazine Publishers of America.
Lymph fluid, when circulation
is optimum, is like a clear liquid.
C&D Recycler magazine, a publication of the Recycling Today Media Group, Cleveland, has announced a 20 percent boost in the circulation
of its bi-monthly magazine.
The patented QC-Mill, a circulation
small media mill for super fine grinding, is featured in a four-page, full-color brochure.