The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) introduces the most recent version of its annual publication, World Press Trends.
Newspaper circulation declined in print world-wide last year but was more than made up by an increase in digital audiences.
“Circulation is like the sun. It continues to rise in the East and decline in the West,” the CEO of WAN-IFRA said.
Read the statement here.
Of the 10 highest-circulation newspapers in the world, 5 are from Japan, 2 from India, and one each from China, Germany and the United Kingdom.
See the data summary here.