Contents 1 World newspapers with the largest circulation 2 Individual countries 2.1 Australia 2.2 Belgium 2.3 Canada 2.4 India 2.5 Japan 2.6 Norway 2.7 Turkey 2.8 United Kingdom 2.9 United States 3 See also 4 References 5 External links

World newspapers with the largest circulation[edit] The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) publishes a list of newspapers with the largest circulation. In 2011, India led the world in terms of newspaper circulation with nearly 330 million newspapers circulated daily.[2] In 2005, China topped the list in term of total newspaper circulation with 93.5 million a day, India came second with 78.8 million, followed by Japan, with 70.4 million; the United States, with 48.3 million; and Germany, with 22.1 million. Around 75 of the 100 best selling newspapers are in Asia and seven out of top ten are Japanese newspapers.[3] The Japanese Yomiuri Shimbun, Asahi Shimbun and Mainichi Shimbun are still the largest circulated newspapers in the world. The Times of India is the largest circulated English-language daily newspaper in the world, across all formats (Broadsheet, Compact, Berliner and Online). Reference News (參考消息) is the most popular paper in China. According to the Guinness Book of Records, the daily circulation of the Soviet newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravda exceeded 21,500,000 in 1990, while the Soviet weekly Argumenty i Fakty boasted a circulation of 33,500,000 in 1991.

Individual countries[edit] Australia[edit] Further information: List of newspapers in Australia by circulation The Herald Sun has the highest circulation in Australia, although somewhat unusually it is based in Melbourne, which is neither the country's capital nor its biggest city. Belgium[edit] The Belgian institution CIM (Centre for Information about Media) publishes national circulation figures for all written, audiovisual and web-based media in Belgium. The top ten best selling papers according to their website [1] are Het Laatste Nieuws, 317,715; Het Nieuwsblad, 245,209; SUD Presse (group of papers focused on community specific content), 147,749; Het Belang van Limburg, 121,428; Le Soir, 113,780; Vers l’avenir, 109,287 (group of papers focused on community specific content); La Dernière Heure, 107,583; De Standaard, 104,758; Het Volk. Canada[edit] Further information: List of Canadian newspapers by circulation The most widely read paper in the country is the Toronto Star, which, as of the six-month period ending on March 31, 2007, averaged 634,886 copies sold on Saturday, 436,694 Monday to Friday, and 442,265 on Sunday.[4] The second most widely read paper is Toronto-based national newspaper The Globe and Mail, which averaged 374,000 copies on Saturdays, and 303,000 Monday to Friday. The most widely read French-language newspaper is Le Journal de Montréal, which averaged 319,899 copies on Saturday, 267,404 Monday to Friday, and 264,733 on Sunday. Unlike in the United States, newspapers in Canada published their biggest and mostly widely read editions on Saturdays. India[edit] Further information: List of newspapers in India by circulation The 2010 Indian Readership Survey findings[5] shows that the largest read local language newspapers to be Nav Gujarat (with 16.429 million readers) and Dainik Bhaskar (with 14.448 million readers), both published in Hindi. The Times of India is the most widely read English language newspaper ( 4.9 million), followed by Ananda Bazar Patrika (5.5 million), Nav Gujarat Samay (4.5 million), Hindustan Times (3.9 million), Eenadu (1.7 million), Dina Thanthi (1.6 million), Sakshi (1.45 million). The New Indian Express is another widely read English language newspaper (1.8 million). Malayala Manorama newspaper which is published in Malayalam from Kerala, currently has a readership of over 9.9 million (with a circulation base of over 2 million copies) has the most circulation in other languages. Japan[edit] Main article: List of newspapers in Japan The 2004 circulation figures for the morning and evening editions of Japan's largest newspapers: Yomiuri Shimbun, 14,067,000; The Asahi Shimbun, 12,121,000; Mainichi Shimbun, 5,587,000; Seikyo Shimbun, 5,500,000; Nihon Keizai Shimbun, 4,635,000; Chunichi Shimbun/Tokyo Shimbun,4,512,000; Tokyo Sports, 2,425,000; Sankei Shimbun, 2,757,000; Nikkan Sports, 1,965,000; Hokkaido Shimbun, 1,896,594; Sports Nippon, 1,711,000; The Nikkan Gendai, 1,686,000; Akahata, 1,683,000; Yukan Fuji, 1,559,000; Shizuoka Shimbun, 1,479,000; Sankei Sports, 1,368,000; Hochi Shimbun, 1,354,000; Daily Sports, 999,000. Norway[edit] The Norwegian Media Businesses' Association publishes national circulation figures for every newspaper in Norway every year. In 2011 the most read newspaper was the Oslo-based national newspaper Aftenposten, with a circulation of 235,795 followed by the tabloid Verdens Gang with 211,588. The local evening newspaper Aften averages 101,574 and the tabloid Dagbladet had 98,989 readers. The financial newspaper Dagens Næringsliv averaged 82,595. In the top ten list it is followed by five local newspapers: Bergens Tidende, 79,467; Adresseavisen, 71,657; Stavanger Aftenblad, 63,283; Fædrelandsvennen, 36,604 and Drammens Tidende, 33,352.[6] Turkey[edit] Further information: List of newspapers in Turkey As of August 2016, the top 6 best selling papers are respectively: Hürriyet, 340,898; Sözcü, 322,829; Sabah, 313,989; Posta, 302,919; Habertürk, 253,256 and Milliyet, 143,577. Before it was seized by the government in March 2016 and eventually closed, Turkey's most circulated newspaper was the Gülen-aligned Zaman. United Kingdom[edit] Main article: List of newspapers in the United Kingdom by circulation According to the Audit Bureau of Circulations the best-selling papers as of January 2017 are The Sun, 1.67 million, The Daily Mail, 1.51 million and the Daily Mirror, 725,000.[7] United States[edit] Further information: List of newspapers in the United States by circulation The heyday of the newspaper industry was the 1940s, but the percentage of Americans reading newspapers began to decline with the increased competition from radio, television and, more recently, the Internet. A growing population helped the absolute circulation numbers continue to increase until the 1970s, where it remained stable until the 1990s, when absolute circulation numbers began declining. Newspaper circulation numbers are reported to the Alliance for Audited Media. The best-selling papers in America, measured by combined daily average circulation as of March 31, 2013, are the Wall Street Journal with 2,378,827 in circulation; The New York Times at 1,865,318; and USA Today with 1,674,306. Overall, for the 593 reporting newspapers, daily circulation declined 0.7 percent year-over-year between March 2012 and March 2013. Sunday circulation was down 1.4 percent over the same period.[8]

See also[edit] List of newspapers in the world by circulation Newspaper delivery: The circulation department of a newspaper, in addition to soliciting subscriptions, also distributes them to subscribers to the print edition. The last step is newspaper delivery consisting of newspaper routes run either by motor vehicle or traditional adolescent "paper boys." List of magazines by circulation

References[edit] ^ "Aboriginal Curriculum Resources". Queen's University Library. 2016-12-09. Retrieved 2016-12-25.  ^ "Print Media grows by 6.25%; Urdu at No. 3".  ^ "World Association of Newspapers".  ^ ^ ^ Opplagstallene for aviser, magasin og ukeblader for 2011. ^ ^ "Top 25 U.S. Newspapers For March 2013". 2013-04-30. Retrieved 2013-06-09. 

External links[edit] Newspaper Map (circulation worldwide) BPA Worldwide: Media Auditing The State of the Media 2004 from Alliance for Audited Media web site The Front Pages of the Main Newspapers of the World Editor & Publisher Yearbook On-line with circulation statistics Searchable database of Canadian newspaper circulation figures from the Canadian Newspaper Association English Newspaper in Spain Retrieved from "" Categories: Newspaper publishingLists of newspapers by circulation

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