# What is the circulation of the national newspaper?

## What is the circulation of the national newspaper?

By 2017, ABC figures showed that the average daily sale of the print edition of The National was just 7,771 copies, and average readership of each digital edition was 1,975.

## Which Indian newspaper has highest circulation?

List of newspapers in India by circulation

S.No Newspaper June – December (2019)
2 Dainik Jagran 3,614,162
3 The Times of India 2,880,144
4 Malayala Manorama 2,308,612

How do you calculate total circulation?

Controlled bulk, or demand distribution, publications have an easier time determining their readership. To calculate total readership, they simply multiply the average net circulation (average gross distribution less returns) by their readers per copy.

### When did Newspaper circulation peak?

Daily circulation for all of the nation’s papers reached its peak in 1984, at 63.3 million.

### What is the circulation of British newspapers?

2010–2019

Title 2019 2017
Evening Standard 864,620 887,253
Daily Mirror 508,705 724,888
The Times 417,298 451,261
The Daily Telegraph 360,345 472,258

When did newspaper circulation peak?

## How many newspapers are there in India?

According to the Registrar of Newspapers for India, there are 1,10,851 registered publication in India as of 31 March 2016. This is a list of the newspapers in India by readership according to the Indian Readership Survey (IRS) Q4 2019.

## What is circulation math?

Circulation is the amount of force that pushes along a closed boundary or path. It’s the total “push” you get when going along a path, such as a circle. A vector field is usually the source of the circulation.

How do you calculate with circulation factor?

To calculate the total Usable Square Footage, then multiply Net Square Footage by the Circulation Factor. Therefore, conversely, if a small office of 4,999 USF is determined to have a 3,703 NSF, then the Circulation Factor is 1.35 because 1.35 X 3703 NSF = 5,000 USF.

### When did newspapers gain popularity?

Newspapers flourished, dramatically, in early nineteenth-century America. By the 1830s the United States had some 900 newspapers, about twice as many as Great Britain—and had more newspaper readers, too.