U.S. newspaper circulation is on the increase despite all of the doom and gloom projections, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulations, a media industry group.
The Los Angeles Times reported that circulation increased 1.9% to 616,575 daily, and 0.4% to 952,761 on Sunday. Most of the increase was in digital readership, which is a great sign that the industry is just evolving. The Wall Street Journal remained No. 1, holding steady with an average weekday circulation of 2.1 million.