“No matter how you look at it, our readership is on the rise,” said Steve Lambert, editor and publisher of the San Gabriel Valley Newspaper Group. “We’re proud of the gains we’ve made on the newspaper side of the business, and see tremendous opportunity in the years ahead in the multimedia arena.”
Story: The San Gabriel Valley Tribune continues to post increases in daily and Sunday circulation, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulations’ six-month Fas-Fax report released Tuesday. For the period ending March 31, the Tribune’s daily circulation rose to 36,163, up 121 from the comparable period a year earlier. Sunday circulation climbed to 38,963, up 59 from a year earlier.
The Tribune’s sister papers – the Pasadena Star-News and the Whittier Daily News – also grew circulation. The Star-News rose to 25,530 daily, up 121, and 27,988 Sunday, up 557. The Daily News grew by 682 daily, to 14,811, and 646 Sunday, to 15,360. In addition, latest numbers show continued web traffic growth at sgvtribune.com, pasadenastarnews.com, and whittierdailynews.com – to an average 1.4 million monthly unique visitors and 5.3 million monthly page views. The newspapers also have nearly 25,000 subscribers to online e-editions.