Tuesday, April 28, 2009

More on Miami Herald's circulation plunge

More info on the Miami Herald's circulation plunge:
  • The Herald had the biggest drop -- 15.8% -- among the top 8 major Florida papers in the last 6 months, according to this comment posted at The Daily Pulp.
  • Daily circulation at El Nuevo Herald, the Miami Herald's Spanish-language sister, fell by 10.8% to 71,318.
  • Bill at Random Pixels wonders if the Herald is fudging the numbers. My post on that issue is here.
  • As far as online, overall monthly visitors to the Herald's website is slightly up, according to this site, but actual page views are down. Hat tip: Riptide 2.0


Anonymous said...


To all you libs over at MNI, don’t let that Pixel Door, smack you in the ass too hard on your way out.

Oh, out in California, what will your last step be? Will it be to, CancelTheBee?

Nyuk, nyuk, nyuk (that’s a joke son)

Anonymous said...

A few months back the Herald announced it would be using two conservatives on its op-ed pages. That signaled to me that the very liberal rag was indeed in trouble.

Anonymous said...

Let me know when it is Gone so I can send dead flowers.

Anonymous said...

Now for the larger issue. How does Castro find other useful idiots in the media, like the herald, to literally cut and paste his propaganda word for word?

Anonymous said...

If you look in the Miami Herald Metro, A.K.A., LOCAL section, you will see that they have 9 V.P.s.
After last Friday's exodus, that will make 1 V.P. for approximately every 70 - 80 employees. What is wrong with this picture?

P.S. can any of those V.P.s set up and run a press? Better yet, can any of them make the kind of repairs that are necessary to keep the production equipment AND a 46 year old facility operating?Something tells me NO!!