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Audit Bureau of Circulations

1. A non-profit organization that monitors newspapers, magazines and other media that sell advertising space. It researches the audiences, readership and other information on non-traditional media in North America. Advertisers provide funding for the Bureau because they use this information in making business decisions. It was established in 1914.

2. A non-profit organization that provides much the same service for British and Irish traditional media. It was established in 1931.
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Audit Bureau of Circulations has been working for more than two years with newspaper publishers and advertisers to develop the new methodology that better captured changes - many driven by technology - in the ways that newspapers are read and delivered.
The Audit Bureau of Circulations said that it received figures from 85% of the 882 US daily newspapers it counts among its members.
Against a backdrop of censure by the Audit Bureau of Circulations, Tribune Co.
Larger newspapers fared better than smaller ones in the latest biannual survey of circulation data by the Audit Bureau of Circulations.
The latest figures from the newspaper industry's Audit Bureau of Circulations show that our sales for 1995 were up on 1994 by more than 48,000 copies.
BOSTON -- The Boston Globe announced today that its circulation has grown for the first time since September of 2004, according to numbers released by the Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC).
The nation's largest newspaper is expected to take report a circulation loss when the Audit Bureau of Circulations releases its spring numbers at the end of April.
1 per cent in the six months to June, the Audit Bureau of Circulations said.
The Morning News' total paid daily circulation dropped by 3,846 for the six months ended March 31 when compared with the same period of the previous year; according to the Springdale newspaper's filing with the Audit Bureau of Circulations of Schaumburg, Ill.
Circulation figures released by the two papers are unaudited but have been submitted to the Audit Bureau of Circulations.
The latest numbers from the Audit Bureau of Circulations show a small drop overall, continuing a trend that has been evident for years.
A statement from the Audit Bureau of Circulations Council, which introduced the ruling, reads: "In recent weeks it became apparent that the cash price paid for a publication without the redemption of a voucher needed to be of a sufficient level to provide a realistic incentive for retailers and wholesalers to return unsold copies.

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