Newspaper site traffic data

From Editor & Publisher online, citing Nielsen Online:

EXCLUSIVE: Our Monthly Top 30 Most Popular Newspaper Sites — ‘Newsday’ Pulls Ahead of WSJ.com

By the numbers:

Brand or Channel — Unique Audience (000) — Year-over-year % Change

NYTimes.com — 17,177 — 29.9%
USATODAY.com — 9,939 — 9.1%
washingtonpost.com — 8,478 — 11.2%
Newsday — 6,450 — 182.8%
Wall Street Journal Online — 5,409 — 109.0%

LA Times — 4,607 — (-6.4%)
Boston.com — 4,364 — 15.0%
Chicago Tribune — 3,891 — 14.0%
Daily News Online Edition — 2,956 — 23.2%
New York Post — 2,851 — (-5.7%)

SFGate.com/San Francisco Chronicle — 2,785 — (-30.9%)
Philly.com — 2,300 — 33.4%
International Herald Tribune — 2,250 — 14.9%
Village Voice Media — 2,224 — 70.6%
Chicago Sun-Times — 2,186 — 8.3%

Atlanta Journal-Constitution — 1,974 — 26.2%
The Houston Chronicle — 1,946 — (-18.6%)
The Seattle Times — 1,840 — (-19.3%)
DallasNews.com – The Dallas Morning News — 1,828 — 21.9%
Seattle Post-Intelligencer — 1,785 — (-0.1%)

The Politico — 1,672 — N/A
Orlando Sentinel — 1,522 — 78.6%
NJ.com — 1,455 — 40.1%
Azcentral.com — 1,435 — (-36.6%)
Baltimore Sun — 1,332 — 26.2%

MercuryNews.com — 1,315 — (-15.1%)
The Detroit News — 1,256 — 21.4%
The San Diego Union-Tribune — 1,180 — 10.4%
Detroit Free Press — 1,168 — (-22.9%)
The Washington Times — 1,161 — (-24.9%)

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