The San Diego Union-Tribune’s circulation decline continued this year, with the paper reporting a 3 percent drop in daily subscribers for the most recent reporting period, Editor and Publisher reported. That compares its circulation in the six months leading up to September 2008 with the same period a year ago.

The local newspaper, which is up for sale, has 269,819 daily subscribers, E&P reported. By contrast, in 2002, the newspaper’s Monday-Wednesday circulation was 346,612 and 376,940 for Thursday-Saturday.


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