The Wall Street Journal is a daily newspaper that publishes fresh editions six days a week, therefore this average circulation statistic virtually equates to daily reading. Adding to that, daily print readership is 754 thousand copies, while daily digital circulation is above 2.26 million. Overall, these figures show that there is a huge demand for news from the Wall Street Journal.
When it comes to their global audience, the Wall Street Journal reports that they have reached an estimated 5.4 million people in over 70 countries around the world. They have offices in more than 80 cities in about 20 countries on all five continents.
They are currently ranked number one in the United States and Canada by circulation according to the industry statistics site Circa.
In addition to being one of the most trusted sources of news worldwide, the Wall Street Journal is also ranked first in political journalism by the Columbia University School of Journalism.
They maintain a strong presence on social media with Facebook pages in each city where they operate a newspaper office. These pages include local versions of the paper's main section which includes news from that region's area of coverage. There are also sections called "Journal Cities" which contain local content such as sports events and activities of interest to readers within that region. Finally, there is a page called "Journal View" which features op-eds and other articles written by contributors from all over the world.
In 2020, the paper's average Sunday circulation was 876,168 copies, which was more than double the amount of copies distributed on weekdays. On Sundays, The New York Times is the second most-circulated newspaper in the United States, after only The Wall Street Journal (995,684 copies). The New York Times has been increasing its circulation numbers yearly since 2004.
In 2019, the paper's average weekday circulation was 433,781 copies, while its average Sunday circulation was 813,544 copies. Total daily circulation is thus about 1 million copies.
The New York Times has the largest weekday edition by circulation volume in the United States. In size, it is also the largest American newspaper by area coverage. It often reports on national and international events in its editorial section.
In addition to its print products, The New York Times online offers news, analysis, mobile apps, and platforms for other services. As of February 2012, it was read by 24 million people each month, making it the most popular American newspaper website.
The New York Times Company is one of the largest newspaper companies in the world by revenue ($8.5 billion) and number of employees (39,000).
It is ranked third by total sales behind Gannett and McClatchy.
As of June 30, 2010, it had 953 newspapers serving 95 countries.
Except on the days mentioned below, the Wall Street Journal is published Monday through Saturday. Sunday editions are available at most locations or online. The Journal's website and mobile apps are updated every hour throughout the day.
Monday: No paper delivered; electronic edition available online.
Tuesday: No paper delivered; electronic edition available online.
Wednesday: No paper delivered; electronic edition available online.
Thursday: No paper delivered; electronic edition available online.
Friday: No paper delivered; electronic edition available online.
Saturday: No paper delivered; electronic edition available online.
Sunday: The Wall Street Journal includes the New York Times in its distribution so there is no separate Sunday edition. However, access to certain areas of the web site may be limited during this time.
Monday, October 13, 2012 will be a holiday in the United States: Columbus Day.
Wall Street Journal readers can take advantage of reduced prices on selected articles.
Monday through Saturday, The Wall Street Journal is published. WSJ.com publishes new articles every day. Sundays are completely different. There is no edition of The Wall Street Journal on Sunday.
However, you can read excerpts from The Wall Street Journal online. These "Sunday Magazine" sections offer an overview of the major stories from the previous week - and they're free! You can find these here: http://online.wsj.com/public/page/sunday-magazine.html
The Wall Street Journal has been publishing daily since 1884. Before that time, only Sundays were included in the newspaper. So if you want to see what was happening during the other days of the week, you'll need to check out other publications. For example, The New York Times covers everything that happens throughout the week, including Sunday. The Boston Globe also includes Sunday editions.
In addition to daily and weekly editions, The Wall Street Journal also offers a variety of other products for readers who want more than just news.
According to recent quarterly earnings reports, the newspaper's print ad income has fallen, while digital subscriptions are at an all-time high. The publication's Twitter account is also expanding. It acquires almost 10,000 followers every day on average. 24. Mars, Bruno.
The New York Times has more than 8 million monthly unique visitors and over 75 million annual readers. Its website has become a popular destination for news, research, and entertainment reading. It is also used as a tool to promote commercial activity - such as product reviews and advertising. Twitter is a popular social networking service with more than 100 million active users in 2016. Users can send and read tweets via text messages, phone applications, online journals, websites, and other media devices.
In June 2015, the New York Times Company announced that it had hired Adam Moss as its first director of social media. In this role, he will be responsible for leading the company's efforts in social media including Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat.
He previously worked for The Washington Post as its social media editor. At The Washington Post, he was involved in developing their award-winning political blog "The Post" and their influential social media presence. Before joining The Washington Post in 2008, he worked for Howard Dean's presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee.
Begin with The New York Times. Danielle Rhoades Ha, a Times spokeswoman, stated in an email that "NYTimes.com publishes around 150 stories every day (Monday-Saturday), 250 items on Sunday, and 65 blog pieces per day."
This would mean that the newspaper has about 15,000 stories and items to choose from. However, not all of these make it into print; some are web only, while others get rejected for various reasons.
In addition, The New York Times News Service provides news briefings around the clock from such places as Asia, Europe, and South America. These are also opportunities for writers to submit material.
So, overall, we can estimate that The New York Times prints between 16,500 and 17,500 articles and online posts each day. This works out to about 1 million articles and posts published per month!
However, this number is likely higher than what appears in print because not all articles are published and some are specifically designed to be read online only. In addition, there is always new content being added to websites so even if an article was previously published it may now be outdated.
Looking at other publications on a daily basis, the New York Times Co. publishes between 15,000 and 20,000 articles each day, which works out to about 1.5 million articles annually.