Circulation cuts at Spanish free dailies

The three remaining Spanish national free dailies are cutting down circulation in 2009 compared to previous years.

Leading free daily 20 Minutos has an average circulation of 760,000 in the first 7 months of 2009. In the whole of 2008 this was 870,000 while in 2007 it was more than a million.

ADN and Qué! have been shutting down editions which explains a major part of their circulation cuts. Qué! distributes 685,000 copies in 2009; 844,000 in 2008 and 950,000 in 2007.

ADN has an average circulation of 655,000 in 2009. Last year circulation was 795,000 while in 2007 it was 955,000. (PRNoticias)

Total free Spanish circulation is now 2.6 million, against 3.9 million in 2008, 4.4 million in 2007 and 4.9 million in 2006.

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