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Average Net Paid Circulation

The number of periodicals sold over a period of time divided by the number of issues published. For example, if a newsletter is published twice a month and it sells 4,000 letters in January, the average net paid circulation is 2,000. The Audit Bureau of Circulations uses the average net paid circulation to determine readership.
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Beginning with the March 2011 publisher statements filed with the ABC, most other paid circulation such as NIE, employee copies, and third party is no longer included in total average paid circulation, and instead shows up as verified circulation.
The program, designed specifically for papers with less than 25,000 average paid circulation, offers not only remote biannual auditing but is also priced at $2000 per year.
According to unaudited numbers filed with ABC for the six months ended March 31, the D-G had an average paid circulation of 30, 844 on weekdays and 42,313 on Sundays in Benton and Washington counties combined, the second largest metropolitan area in Arkansas with a population of 311,259.
and an average paid circulation of 782,796, according to a June 1997 report from the Audit Bureau of Circulations.
Average paid circulation on Saturdays and Sundays was 239,368 and 400,506, respectively.
Also pending is a rule that will allow papers with an average paid circulation of between 50,000-75,000 to skip annual auditing and be audited only every-other year.
owned P-I's average paid circulation Monday-through-Friday was 129,563, a gain of 1.
First, the Texarkana Gazette, which is owned by Wehco Media Group subsidiary The Palmer Group, showed up alongside Texas newspapers with a Sunday average paid circulation of 35,502.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Game Informer, the award-winning monthly gaming publication, reported a six-month average paid circulation of 5,073,003 in the December 2010 Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC) Fas-Fax Report released Feb.
Proposed changes to the publisher's statement format, Lavery says, would be "to certainly add the readers per copy and average paid circulation in the reader profile study area.
The New York Sun, for instance, celebrated its second appearance in the FAS-FAX by announcing a "rate base guarantee" of 33,000 in average paid circulation to advertisers who place six or more display ads in the paper during the second quarter.