List of newspapers in the United States by circulation

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This is a list of the top 10 newspapers in the United States by weekday circulation as of March, 2013.[1] These figures include both print and digital subscriptions, are compiled by the Alliance for Audited Media.[1] The figures include normal print editions, branded print editions (e.g., regional editions or editions tailored for commuters), and digital subscriptions (e.g., for tablet computers or restricted-access).[1] The data are compiled by the Alliance for Audited Media.[1]

RankNewspaperPrimary
Locality
StateWeekday
Circulation
Owner
1The Wall Street JournalNationwide2,378,827News Corp
2The New York TimesNationwide1,865,318The New York Times Company
3USA TodayNationwide1,674,306Gannett Company
4Los Angeles TimesLos AngelesCalifornia653,868Tribune Company
5Daily NewsNew York CityNew York516,165Daily News, L.P.
6New York PostNew York CityNew York500,521News Corp
7The Washington PostWashingtonD.C.474,767Nash Holdings
8Chicago Sun-TimesChicagoIllinois470,548Wrapports
9The Denver PostDenverColorado416,676Digital First Media
10Chicago TribuneChicagoIllinois414,930Tribune Company

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  1. ^ a b c d The Associated Press (2013-04-30). "Top 10 Newspapers By Circulation: Wall Street Journal Leads Weekday Circulation". The Huffington Post.