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Broadsheet readers reach 3.1 million

Newspaper readership increased from mid-2008 to mid-2009, according to the latest statistics from the Joint National Readership Survey.

5th September, 2009

Newspaper readership increased from mid-2008 to mid-2009, according to the latest statistics from the Joint National Readership Survey.

Although many newspapers’ sales have slipped (as shown by the latest ABC numbers), the number of people who read a newspaper regularly has risen by 64,000 to 3.1 million, which is a new record.

Performances were mixed, however, with the most significant increases seen by daily broadsheets the Irish Times (up 14 per cent) and Irish Independent (up...

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