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Circulation numbers for the 25 largest newspapers
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15. Tampa Bay (Fla.) Times _313,003 weekday (includes 13,610 digital and 81,059 branded editions); 379,375 Sunday (includes 12,672 digital editions).
16. The Star-Ledger of Newark, N.J. _311,904 weekday (includes 127,430 digital editions); 442,274 Sunday (includes 114,662 digital and 27,536 branded editions).
17. Star Tribune of Minneapolis _300,277 weekday (includes 65,802 digital editions); 578,657 Sunday (includes 42,172 digital and 59,912 branded editions).
18. The Philadelphia Inquirer _296,427 weekday (includes 43,224 digital and 59,474 branded editions); 468,559 Sunday (includes 59,661 digital and 23,018 branded editions).
19. The Plain Dealer of Cleveland _293,139 weekday (includes 73,630 digital editions); 449,363 Sunday (includes 73,162 digital and 60,223 branded editions).
20. The Orange County (Calif.) Register _ 285,088 weekday (includes 15,273 digital and 109,237 branded editions); 387,547 Sunday (includes 7,236 digital and 85,671 branded editions).
21. The Arizona Republic _275,622 weekday (includes 839 digital editions); 483,556 Sunday (includes 807 digital and 49,086 branded editions).
22. Las Vegas Review-Journal _ 252,174 weekday (includes 13,412 digital and 109,399 branded editions); 200,239 Sunday (includes 9,791 digital and 45,000 branded editions).
23. The Boston Globe _ 230,351 weekday (includes 49,432 digital editions); 372,541 Sunday (includes 49,196 digital editions).
24. The Oregonian _228,599 weekday (includes 17,323 digital and 2,193 branded editions); 304,701 Sunday (includes 17,343 digital and 19,870 branded editions).
25. Honolulu Star-Advertiser _ 224,973 weekday (includes 29,932 digital and 69,319 branded editions); 170,298 Sunday (includes 29,781 digital editions).
Source: Audit Bureau of Circulations.
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