Source: Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC). Average Net Paid Sales for Sept - Dec 2012 (metro and larger regional titles) / June - Dec 2012 (other regional titles).
NB: Where weekend editions' circulation figures incorporate both Saturday and Sunday circulation, the combined circulation figure appears in the Saturday column.
* Source CAB Audit Sept 2009
^ CAB Audit April to Sept 2010
~ Source for M/Tu/Th/Fri circulation data is from the Publisher. Wed/Sat data is CAB Audit April to Sept 2010.
Sources: Roy Morgan Research. Jan - Dec 2012
NB The readership figures for each APN ARM masthead are based on its APN ARM total distribution area (TDA); data relates to the period ending Dec 2011.
NB3: The occupation/working status figures do not total 100% as people who do not work, or are not seeking work, have been excluded.
NB4: Where weekend editions' readership figures incorporate both Saturday and Sunday readership, the combined readership figure appears in the Saturday column.
NB5: Gold Cost Bulletin readership figures are filtered to Queensland only.
NB6: Tweed / Gold Coast and Coffs Harbour markets for APN ARM: As of Dec 2011, business model has shifted to provide digital daily news from M-F; supported by weekly print editions on Saturday. Daily News (APN ARM) weekday data measures digital readership, and Saturday data draws from printed newspaper readership.
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