(AP) Revised numbers released Tuesday show that The Boston Globe‘s weekday circulation was slightly higher than originally reported by the Audit Bureau of Circulations.
For the six months ending Sept. 30, the Globe had a Monday-Friday daily circulation of 467,745 — a decrease of 0.7% from the year before. Earlier this month, the figure was reported to be 463,113, a decline of 1.7% from the same time in 2001.
The revision does not affect the Globe‘s No. 14 ranking in average weekday circulation of the nation’s 20 biggest newspapers.
Newspaper circulation figures were originally released by the ABC on Nov. 5. The majority of those figures were not affected by Tuesday’s ABC revisions.
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