Pasadena Star-News: daily rose 2.13 percent to 24,480; Sunday rose 0.34 percent to 27,133I have not seen numbers for the Long Beach Press-Telegram or Daily Breeze in Torrance.
San Gabriel Valley Tribune: daily rose 11.19 percent to 37,123; Sunday rose 2.29 percent
Whittier Daily News: daily rose 9.86 percent to 14,365; Sunday rose 0.85 percent to 15,118
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin: daily rose 2.6 percent to 49,268; Sunday rose 1.3 percent to 55,277
San Bernardino Sun: daily grew 11.2 percent to 52,273; Sunday grew 3.9 percent to 57,150
Redlands Daily Facts: daily rose 5 percent to 6,940; Sunday rose 25 percent to 7,072
As noted yesterday, the LA Daily News saw a 0.14 percent rise in daily circulation, to 89,093 papers, and a Sunday increase of 3.9 percent, to 97,000.
The numbers consist of print and online subscriptions to the papers. Last year, LANG launched e-editions of its printed papers (essentially .pdfs) and the strategy has bucked up the numbers for at least some papers. For example, the Sun would have dropped 3.5 percent in Sunday circulation if the e-edition hadn't been counted.
Are the e-editions subscriptions as profitable as subscriptions to the print edition?