Posted on15 January 2011 by Giuseppe De Santis.As the MSM start the New Year as they mean to go on. busy printing lies about the British National Party, nationalists will be delighted to hear that the circulation of the ‘dead tree press’ declined again in December.
The Telegraph, Guardian, Times, Racing Post, Observer and Scotland on Sunday all posted average circulation figures more than 10 per cent lower than the same month a year ago.
Full breakdown of national newspaper circulation figures for December 2010:
(average sale; percentage change year on year – source ABC)
Daily Mirror ; 1,133,440 ; -7.51
Daily Record ; 290,247 ; -7.79
Daily Star ; 713,602 ; -9.09
The Sun ; 2,717,013 ; -5.10
Daily Express ; 623,689 ; -7.98
Daily Mail ; 2,030,968 ; -3.89
The Daily Telegraph ; 631,280 ; -10.23
Financial Times ; 390,121 ; -2.67
The Herald ; 51,469 ; -7.78
The Guardian ; 264,819 ; -11.89
The Independent ; 175,002 ; -6.39
The Scotsman ; 41,572 ; -7.56
The Times ; 448,463 ; -14.01
Racing Post ; 49,274 ; -12.39
Daily Star Sunday ; 336,868 ; -4.64
News of the World ; 2,600,985 ; -6.83
Sunday Mail ; 352,300 ; -8.95
Sunday Mirror ; 1,047,363 ; -5.92
The People ; 486,669 ; -8.64
Sunday Express ; 544,870 ; -7.74
Sunday Post ; 309,456 ; -7.55
The Mail on Sunday ; 1,951,783 ; -2.43
Independent on Sunday ; 150,437 ; -3.23
The Observer ; 301,457 ; -14.12
Scotland on Sunday ; 48,480 ; -11.77
Sunday Herald ; 39,831 ; -1.94
The Sunday Telegraph ; 490,322 ; -6.62
The Sunday Times ; 1,008,163 ; -9.44
It’s clear that more and more people are getting informed through the internet not only because it’s free but also because they can find stories that are deliberately ignored by MSM.
If it wasn’t for the internet no one would have known that Derek Adams was physically removed by the Police from hustings as no newspaper reported this story and this is not an isolated case.
So why should people spend a fair bit of money to buy newspapers that print rubbish?
Let’s hope that sooner rather than later one or more of those propaganda rags goes bankrupt.
GIUSEPPE DE SANTIS