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Circulation of anti-Nationalist newspapers declined again in July

Circulation of anti-Nationalist newspapers declined again in July | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it

Good news for Nationalists as our campaign aimed to bankrupt The Guardian, The Observer, The Independent and the Independent on Sunday is starting to yield some results. 

 

The Guardian was one the worst performing title on paid-for sales, which dropped 15.9 per cent to 209,354.

The Independent instead had a sharp 52.3 per cent year on year circulation decline and this was partly the result of i, the 20p newspaper, taking over The Independent’s bulk distribution copies.

Excluding i and The Independent, the average rate of circulation decline among the national dailies was around 11 per cent.

This suggests that the rate of print circulation decline for the national press is accelerating.

Below there are the figures of national daily newspaper print sales for July 2012 (source ABC)

 

See the figures here:

http://thenmnetwork.wordpress.com/2012/08/26/circulation-of-anti-nationalist-newspapers-declined-again-in-july/

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Circulation of national newspapers declines again in June

Circulation of national newspapers declines again in June | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it
By Giuseppe De Santis - Good news for nationalists as the circulation of anti-BNP newspapers (apart from a few exceptions) declined again in June.

Overall, according to the ABC (Audit Bureau of Circulations) the daily newspaper market has contracted by 7.79% in the past year.

 

Below it's possible to see how much the circulation changed compared with June 2011.

Dailies.
Daily Mirror 1,081,330 (-7.62%)
Daily Record 279,324 (-8.67%)
Daily Star 602,296 (-14.95%)
The Sun 2,583,552 (-7.95%)
Daily Express 602,482 (-3.12%)
Daily Mail 1,939,635 (-5.25%)
The Daily Telegraph 573,674 (-7.88%)
Financial Times 297,225 (-16.56%)
The Herald 44,445 (-8.29%)
The Guardian 211,511 (-17.47%)
i 272,597 (+57.42%)
The Independent 90,001 (-49.06%)
The Scotsman 35,523 (-12.05%)
The Times 400,120 (-9.18%)
Racing Post 52,919 (-6.35%)
Sundays

Daily Star Sunday 473,352 (+54.70%)
The Sun (Sunday) 2,189,924 (N/A)
Sunday Mail 313,698 (-12.98%)
Sunday Mirror 1,088,499 (+0.06%)
The People 450,097 (-5.15%)
Sunday Express 512,843 (-4.94%)
Sunday Post 279,120 (-7.70%)
The Mail on Sunday 1,824,393 (-5.36%)
Independent on Sunday 122,588 (-18.94%)
The Observer 243,946 (-15.57%)
Scotland on Sunday 44,041 (-13.73%)
Sunday Herald 26,187 (-10.42%)
The Sunday Telegraph 450,276 (-5.15%)
The Sunday Times 915,969 (-8.48%)

Again it's possible to see how both The Guardian and The Observer are still losing readers and therefore with a little effort is possible to bankrupt the two titles.

Also it's time to start to boycott The Independent and the Independent on Sunday as they are also losing readers fast and it's possible to bankrupt them easily as well.

Very few people would miss them.

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Red Rags The Guardian and Observer report losses of £44.2m

Red Rags The Guardian and Observer report losses of £44.2m | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it
By Giuseppe de Santis

Nationalists will be delighted to know that our campaign aimed to bankrupt The Guardian and The Observer is starting to bring some results.

In fact, recently released figures revealed that The Guardian and The Observer lost £44.2m last year as investment in digital publishing, including iPad, Facebook and Android apps, contributed to a deepening of losses at the national newspapers that could not be offset by double-digit growth in digital revenues.

Alan Rusbridger, editor-in-chief of the titles, said the newspapers would aim to save £7m from editorial expenditure in order to help reduce the deficit, while the publisher will seek between 70 and 100 journalist redundancies from a workforce of about 650 via a reopened voluntary programme.

In a briefing for staff, Rusbridger said the Guardian and Observer – collectively Guardian News & Media (GNM) – "will be smaller" and that the newspapers "will do less, less of what's called commodity journalism, so that we can do more on our core purpose and the type of journalism that we're here to do".

The Guardian sold 211,511 copies a day in June, the last month for which figures are available, down 10.7% on the year on a like-for-like basis, while the Observer sold 243,946, a reduction of 10%. Print advertising shrunk 4%, at £43.7m.

However there is an interesting aspect about those voluntary redundancies.
Apparently The Guardian has an agreement with the National Union of Journalists stating that even one forced layoff would trigger an immediate strike ballot.

This is not really surprising as it reflects The Guardian's political views but the problem is that with voluntary redundancies, The Guardian will lose people who are in a good position to get jobs elsewhere and not the people that it really needs to lose.

This is important because, by losing the best people, both The Guardian and The Observer will accelerate their decline and go bankrupt sooner rather than later and when this happens it will spell trouble for several hundreds of useless Marxists who are nowhere to go as they are unemployable.

For that reason it's important to carry on boycotting the two rags together with Auto Trader, the magazine that with its profits keeps the two titles alive.

Everybody can do his bit to achieve this goal, because together we can.

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Left wing rags selling family silver to cover the losses of its newspapers

Left wing rags selling family silver to cover the losses of its newspapers | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it

The Guardian Media Group is selling its family silver to cover the losses of its newspapers.

Nationalist supporters will be delighted to hear that the Guardian Media Group, the company that owns The Guardian and The Observer is selling all its lucrative assets in order to cover the loss of the two titles.

Recently Press Gazette reported how Guardian Media Group has sold off its network of radio stations to Global Radio as it seeks to shore up the finances of its loss-making national newspaper titles.

The Guardian has previously reported that the offer for GMG Radio was worth £50m.

Now it reported that the final purchase price was closer £70m.
In the 2010/2011 financial year GMG Radio reported operating profit of £0.9m on turnover of £47.1m.

GMG overall reported an operating loss of £54.5m on turnover of £255.1m for the year to 3 April 2011.

GMG's chief executive Andrew Miller said: “Our portfolio of investments that lie outside our core national newspaper business exist to underpin the long-term financial and editorial integrity of the Guardian.

If we believe that best value for the group lies in the disposal of a non-core asset, then we will do so.
In 2009 GMG sold off its regional newspaper titles, including the Manchester Evening News, to Trinity Mirror for £7.4m.

Indeed you don't need to have a PhD in finance to understand that selling the profitable bits of a company to cover the losses of some division is the best way to bankrupt it but the Marxists in charge of the GMG are doing just that and this is a good news for nationalists as the closure of those two rags will happen sooner rather than later and anybody can do his/her bit by boycotting the two titles.

The country will be far better off without them.

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