The main central newspapers continued their decline, with the only exception being Evenimentul zilei, that had, between July-September, an increase of sold copies of 633, compared to the same period in 2011, according to recent data published by Romanian Bureau for Circulation Audit (BRAT)
Click! Remains the leader as the most sold newspaper, with an average of 132,000 copies per edition. In spite of that, the tabloid posted also the highest decline: minus 33,800 copies .
Romania libera is leading when it comes of sales on quality newspapers segment, with an average of
30,210 copies per edition, but it also suffered a decline of 8,720 copies compared to previous measurement period.
Adevarul went for the 1st time under 20,000 copies. In the 3rd quarter of this year, the daily newspaper owned by Cristian Burci had an average of 17,900 copies sold per edition, 15,000 less compared to the same period of 2011.
See the main newspaper sales table here