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Watch CafeMom Studios Episode #5 “On Broadway with Kids Starring Parents of MAMMA MIA!“ • • • [RT Bubbles2828] Robert De Niro sighted at 11 time Tony nominee @ONCEMusical on Broadway this afternoon. • • • Des McAnuff talks about Tony nods for ‘SUPERSTAR‘ @SuperstarBway via @CTVNews • • • Designing Broadway: Costume Designer Paul Tazewell on the Glitz and Glamour of JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR • • • WCBS Newsradio’s Jim Taylor falls for PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT • • • Mike Bartlett’s new play, COCK, announces Student Rush Policy. @cockfightplay via @sharethis • • • Our BBB Photo of the Week is @ONCEMusical from today’s #TonyAwards Nominee Press Event • • • Catch @STOMPNYC live on BET’s “106 & Park” tomorrow, May 3 • • • [RT NYTimesTheatre] James Corden #tonynoms • • • [RT NYTimesTheatre] Cristin Milioti #tonynoms • • • [RT Bubbles2828] Steve Kazee @ONCEmusical interviewed by NY1 #tonyawards • • • One of the greats! RT @TheBwayLeague: Happy birthday to @TheGoodWife_CBS star & 2x @TheTonyAwards-winner Christine Baranski. • • • Behind the scenes at JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR with Josh Young @superstarbway via @nbcnewyork • • •
Aided by Paywalls, Newspapers Halt Circulation Declines
Wall Street Journal Remains No. 1 Across Platforms
Deadline – by DAVID LIEBERMAN, Executive Editor
Newspapers’ weekday circulation edged up 0.7% in numbers released Tuesday, while Sunday circulation leapt 5%.
The figures, from the Audit Bureau of Circulations, show that digital paywall strategies have helped newspapers counter years of grinding declines in paid-print circulation.
Nuances in the reporting rules, however, mean that not every unit of additional circulation reflects a new reader. A newspaper can count paying readers twice if, for example, they read both the print edition and a gated digital version.
Digital gains were most clear at The New York Times, where weekday circulation over the six months ending in March averaged nearly 1.6 million. That’s up 73% year-over-year, before the Times’ online pay meter took effect.
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