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Market/Newspaper Daily Cov. Sun. Cov. 11. Boston Boston Globe, Boston Herald 33.6% 39.9% 12. San Francisco-Oakland San Francisco Chronicle, Contra Costa Times, Oakland Tribune 40.1 41.8

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Market/Newspaper Daily Cov. Sun. Cov.

11. Boston

Boston Globe, Boston Herald 33.6% 39.9%

12. San Francisco-Oakland

San Francisco Chronicle, Contra Costa Times, Oakland Tribune 40.1 41.8

13. Phoenix

Arizona Republic, Phoenix Tribune 37.5 44.0

14. Seattle – Tacoma

Seattle Times and Post-Intell., Tacoma News Tribune, Everett Herald 40.8 47.8

15. Minneapolis – St. Paul

St. Paul Pioneer Press, Minneapolis Star Tribune 40.5 65.6

16. Riverside – San Bernardino

Riverside Press-Enterprise, Palm Springs Desert Sun, Ontario Daily Bulletin, Los Angeles Times, San Bernardino Sun 37.5 43.8

17. Tampa – St. Petersburg

St. Petersburg Times, Tampa Tribune 47.6 61.2

18. St. Louis

St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Belleville News Democrat 28.2 43.7

19. San Diego

San Diego Union-Tribune, North County Times 41.6 47.9

20. Baltimore

Baltimore Sun, Annapolis Capital, Washington Post 39.0 51.7

Market/Newspaper Daily Cov. Sun. Cov.

1. New York

NY News, NY Post, NY Times, Newsday, Newark Star-Ledger 36.8% 41.5%

2. Los Angeles – Long Beach

Los Angeles Times, Orange County Register, LA Newspaper Group (8) 34.4 44.1

3. Chicago

Chicago Tribune, Sun-Times, Daily Herald 36.9 43.0

4. Philadelphia

Philadelphia Inquirer-News, Greater

Philadelphia Newspapers, Wilmington News Journal, Cherry Hill Courier-Post 37.0 49.5

5. Dallas – Fort Worth

Dallas Morning News, Ft. Worth Star-Telegram 31.0 45.2

6. Miami – Ft. Lauderdale

Miami Herald/El Nuevo, Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel, Palm Beach Post 37.6 50.6

7. Washington, D.C.

Washington Post, Times 37.7 46.6

8. Houston

Houston Chronicle 27.1 36.7

9. Atlanta

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Gwinnett Daily Post 22.8 36.3

10. Detroit

Detroit News, Free Press, Pontiac Daily Oakland Press 32.0 40.3

Source: Circulation, 2006. Top 20 MSAs.

Twin Cities newspapers provide the #1 Sunday and #4 daily newspaper/household coverage


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