‘NY Times’ Expects Big Circulation Bump

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By: Joe Strupp

Executives of The New York Times expect the newspaper to chalk up its largest circulation increases in 20 years when it releases on Wednesday figures for the Audit Bureau of Circulations FAS-FAX report covering the six months that concluded March 31.

The Times execs, who declined to divulge specific numbers, attributed the boost to interest in coverage of the war on terrorism following the Sept. 11 attacks on America, as well as expanded distribution of the paper’s national edition — printed at 16 sites now, versus 12 last summer.

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