Archive for April, 2011
Q: How many daily newspapers are there in Canada?
A: There were 94 English and French paid-for dailies in Canada last year. The largest is The Toronto Star with a circulation of about 292,003 paid copies each weekday, about 417,809 on Saturdays and about 295,589 on Sundays. Each week the Star sells more than 2 million copies.
Each day about one in five Canadians above the age of 18 buys a daily newspaper, one of the highest ratios in the world. Canada’s daily paid circulation stood at 3.9 million copies on an average publishing day in 2010, and 25.7 million copies in an average week. On the community side, total circulation, all editions, reaches almost 14 million copies per week.
More information can be found on the ComBase website. ComBase is the Canadian Community Newspaper Database. ComBase launched in September 2001 as an initiative of the Canadian Community Newspapers Association to provide readership research to the industry.
How Many Community Newspapers Are There in Canada?
There are over 1,100 community newspapers in Canada. Of these papers, 763 are members of the Canadian Community Newspapers Association (CCNA).
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