‘Tribune-Review’ Cuts Sunday Price

By: Lucia Moses

The Tribune-Review in Greensburg, Pa., which built circulation rapidly during the 1990s using deep discounts, has dropped the price of its Sunday paper by 50 cents, to $1, following a 2.22% drop in Sunday circ, to 179,567, in the six months ended Sept. 30.

The change comes as the paper celebrates the 10th anniversary of its founding by conservative activist Richard Mellon Scaife.

The rival Pittsburgh Post-Gazette did slightly better on Sunday, reporting a 0.59% loss in circ, to 406,930, in the latest reporting period.

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