Jennifer Saba, EditorandPublisher.com
NEW YORK The Wall Street Journal announced its daily circulation rose modestly for the six months ending September 2009, a year-over-year increase of 0.6% to 2,024,269 copies. With the steep losses at USA Today this year, the Journal is now the top-circulating U.S. daily.
Individually paid circulation for the period advanced slightly, up 0.8% to 1,437,853 copies.
Additionally, the paper said circulation revenue is up 10.1%.
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