Brazilian newspapers in the 1st semester: print drops 7.7%, digital has a shy increase

"Folha de S.Paulo" registered the biggest drop in print; "O Globo" has the highest number of online subscriptions. The data are from IVC.

The 15 newspapers selected by Poder360 registered a drop in printed circulation in the 1st semester. Together, they reached 433,999 copies - 7.7% less than in December 2021.

In 2015, seven years ago, there were 1,335,373. The data are from IVC (Instituto Verificador de Comunicação).

Super Notícia is the most prominent publication in absolute numbers - it closed the first semester with an average of 70,570 copies. But . . .

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