The print versions of paid-for national newspapers saw further declines in estimated readers in the year up to March 2015, according to the latest set of National Readership Survey (NRS) figures.*
But audiences at most titles enjoyed huge, and in most cases, spectacular, rises in digital readerships.
The other notable feature in the statistics is the large increase in print readership for the two main free titles, the London Evening Standard – up 25% on the previous year – and Metro, up 8%.
Monthly Archives: June 2015