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Press Center FAQ
The following is a list of frequently asked questions about commonly requested newspaper industry statistics and other issues. If your question is not answered here or you need further assistance, please feel free to contact us.
How can I receive your press releases by e-mail?
If you who would like to be added to NAA’s media list, please contact NAA Director of Communications Marina Hendricks at firstname.lastname@example.org or 571-366-1009.
I would like to interview one of your industry experts – how do I set that up?
Journalists who would like to interview one of our experts should contact NAA Director of Communications Marina Hendricks at email@example.com or 571-366-1009.
What were the total newspaper advertising expenditures last year? What about the year before that?
NAA offers an annual advertising expenditure chart dating back to 1950 and separated by category (national, retail, classified, etc.).
Where can I find a quarterly breakdown of newspaper ad revenue? Do you track advertising revenue for specific newspapers?
Quarterly advertising revenue charts (separated by category and with quarter-over-quarter comparisons) are available in our Trends & Numbers section. Advertising revenue for specific newspapers or newspaper companies is not available.
Where can I find comprehensive information about newspaper readership?
Comprehensive readership data is available on our advertiser site, www.newspapermedia.com. Additional information is available in our Trends & Numbers section.
Where can I find total newspaper circulation volume? Are circulation figures available for a particular paper?
Information about circulation expenditures and total paid circulation is available on our website. For information about an individual paper or the Audit Bureau of Circulations’ FAS-FAX report, please contact ABC.
I still haven't found the statistic I need – are other figures available?
Many other statistics are available in our Trends & Numbers section. If you still can't find what you're seeking, please contact us.