From The Washington Examiner:
Circulation of daily newspapers has dropped to a 77-year low, signaling an end to print and a shift to all-digital delivery, according to a new industry review.
The Pew Research Center said that circulation has reached a new low of 34.6 million, six million less than papers sold in 1940.
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The estimated total U.S. daily newspaper circulation (print and digital combined) in 2016 was 35 million for weekday and 38 million for Sunday, both of which fell 8% over the previous year. Declines were highest in print circulation: Weekday print circulation decreased 10% and Sunday circulation decreased 9%.
Link to the rest at The Washington Examiner
But readers will always prefer their books on paper.