Florida’s Palm Coast Observer Bucks Bleaker Newspaper Trends As Weekly Nears 2-Year Mark

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By: flaglerlive.com

The Palm Coast Observer is celebrating. The weekly newspaper started almost two years ago with a press run of 20,000, thick in the middle of Flagler County’s most severe recession in the last three generations, and in the midst of the worst newspaper crisis on record. Yet the Observer’s latest audit, for the six months ending Sept. 30, shows an average press run a few copies short of 25,000 for the period, with 20,565 of those dropped in driveways and 4,000 distributed at various rack locations, with a heavy concentration in Palm Coast.

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