World Press Trends: Newspaper Revenues Shift To New Sources

by: Larry Kilman | WAN-IFRA

Global newspaper circulation revenues are larger than newspaper advertising revenues for the first time this century, according to the annual World Press Trends survey released Monday by the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA).


Newspapers generated an estimated US $179 billion in circulation and advertising revenue in 2014 — larger than the book publishing, music or film industries. Ninety-two billion dollars came from print and digital circulation, while 87 billion came from advertising, the survey said.

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