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‘The New York Times’ is no longer principally a metropolitan paper. With a daily circulation of 260,000 in the five boroughs, it’s no longer even creditably a New York paper.

– Michael Wolff, in his latest column for Vanity Fair, about the future business prospects for The New York Times, in a city with a population of over 8 million people. As if that percentage wasn’t alarming enough… Anne Thompson reports on the dwindling readership of print magazines.

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