Socal circulation numbers

To follow up on this morning's LAO item on circulation, here are the figures for several area papers, courtesy of the Business Journal. For those wanting to know how bad the print news business is, these numbers tell the story. This is for the six-month reporting period ended Sept. 30:

Daily News
Daily - 151,215
Year ago - 169,379
Sunday - 170,434
Year ago - 195,158

Long Beach Press-Telegram
Daily - 87,637
Year ago - 95,815

Pasadena Star-News
Daily - 29,712
Year ago - 31,036

Daily Breeze
Daily - 65,750
Year ago - 68,962

San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Daily - 42,602
Year ago - 44,161

San Bernardino Sun
Daily - 62,270
Year ago - 68,659

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Daily - 55,831
Year ago - 60,505

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