WSJ's Digital Subscriptions Grow Even Faster Than NYT's

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The Wall Street Journal's paywall may be more than a decade and a half older, but it's digital subscription business is growing even faster than that of the closely watched New York Times.


According to unaudited figures released by the Alliance for Audited Media Tuesday, the WSJ's digital circulation increased 62.6% to 898,102 at the end of March, up from 552,288 the March previous. Total circulation, which includes print, rose 12.3% to 2,378,827, preserving the WSJ's spot as the most-subscribed-to newspaper in the U.S.


The NYT, by contrast, reported weekday digital circulation of 1,097,467 — that's bigger than the WSJ's already, but it's growing a slower pace, up 41% year-over-year. Total circulation was up 17.6% to 1,865,318. Read more...


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