The number of second runs for national daily and Sunday newspapers was up during January 2002, according to the latest Association of Newspaper & Magazine Wholesalers figures.
Daily papers caused almost 6,000 wholesaler vans to re-run in January...
The number of reruns for national Sunday newspapers was just over 500 in December 2001 the lowest since the Association of Newspaper & Magazine Wholesalers (ANMW) began monitoring figures in the autumn of 1999.
In total there were 525 second...
The number of double runs for daily newspapers has fallen over the past three months, with the July 2001 total being the lowest since monitoring began, according to the Association of Newspaper & Magazine Wholesalers.
The association says a total...
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