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City Dailies Take Hits In ABC Data

There will lots more bad news when the Audit Bureau of Circulations releases its latest numbers next week. Insiders say total daily circulation for the six months ended in March will be off about 2.5%, while Sunday is down 3%.

Major metros are getting the worst of it: The Dallas Morning News, Miami Herald, San Diego Union-Tribune, Austin American-Statesmen, San Jose Mercury News and South Florida Sun-Sentinel are among those down 5% or more.

Among the few city papers showing increases will be The Indianapolis Star, helped by the Colts Super Bowl win, and The St. Paul Pioneer-Press.

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