“The Irish newspaper industry has taken another battering with a further drop in sales in the first half of the year. Figures released by the Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC) show all daily and Sunday newspapers losing ground.”
“The Irish Times fell the most of any national paper, dropping 9% to 84,201 copies a day. When bulk, or free copies distributed to the likes of hotels and airlines are excluded, it was selling just 71,879 copies.”
“The Irish Independent fared better falling 3.9% to an average of 121,120 copies a day, down from 125,986 a year ago. Its actual full price sales were 101,804 copies.”

“The Irish Examiner dropped 5.8% to 37,897 copies; The Evening Herald fell 4.3% to 58,545 copies and the Cork Evening Echo plunged 12.3%.”


Sales of Irish newspapers continue to fall (Ian Guider, Newstalk)