Among the city's adults, 19% said they read the Post-Gazette, which
is owned by Block Communications, and 12% indicated they read the
Tribune-Review. About 9% said they read a newspaper website
2. (TIE) ALBANY, N.Y.
The top newspaper, Hearst-owned Albany Times-Union, reached 17% of
adults every day. The percentage of people who visited newspaper
websites daily was 12%.
2. (TIE) HARTFORD/ NEW HAVEN, CT.
Among adults, 17% picked up Tribune Co.'s Hartford Courant. The New
York Times also made an impression, with 5% reading it daily.
Newspaper websites captured 11% of adults daily.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer claimed the city's largest adult print
readership, with 20% daily. Despite that, the Plain Dealer
announced plans last week to scale back home delivery to three days
a week. It will continue to publish in print every day. Ten percent
of Cleveland adults read a newspaper website daily.
5. (TIE) BUFFALO, N.Y.; HONOLULU; NEW YORK; AND TOLEDO,
Among adults, 13% read the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, a Cox
Enterprises publication. Newspaper websites are read by 11% of
2. (TIE) HOUSTON
Hearst Corp.'s Houston Chronicle is the top read, with 18% of
adults picking it up daily. 9% read a newspaper website.
2. SAN ANTONIO
Nineteen percent of adults in San Antonio read the Hearst-owned San
Antonio Express-News. Eight percent read a newspaper website.
4. LAS VEGAS
In Las Vegas, 24% of adults read the Las Vegas Review-Journal,
which is owned by Stephens Media. Eight percent read a newspaper
5. BAKERSFIELD, CALIF.
Twenty-two percent of adults in Bakersfield read the Bakersfield
Californian, while 6% read a newspaper website daily.