The Wall Street Journal’s Circulation Continues to Rise

Posted: November 13, 2013 in Peter Trombetti
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Peter Trombetti founded The Oficio Group in 2007. As a managing partner, he handles various areas of business, including sales, recruitment, and strategic development. Outside of work, Peter Trombetti enjoys reading The Wall Street Journal.

Earlier in the year, The Huffington Post listed the 10 most circulated newspapers in the United States. The list, which named USA Today and The New York Times, was led by The Wall Street Journal. The Wall Street Journal had 2.37 million copies in circulation every week at that time. This total included more than 800,000 digital copies of the publication.

Several months later in May, when the nation’s average newspaper circulation numbers had fallen for the sixth consecutive month, circulation at The Wall Street Journal had increased to just about 2.4 million copies, with nearly 900,000 digital copies moved every week. The figure represented a 12 percent increase from the same time last year.


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