Friday, December 26, 2008

Oregonian Delivery stopped in Eugene-Springfield area

The Oregonian newspaper will cease daily deliveries in the Eugene-Springfield area of Oregon. Sunday deliveries will continue.

Daily circulation declined from 348,468 to 283,321 between 2000 and 2008.

Likewise, Sunday circulation declined from 431,247 to 344,950 between 2000 and 2008.

Other papers have recently halted delivery as well. Oregon’s fifth-largest paper, the Medford Mail Tribune, plans to stop delivering in Curry County, Northern California, and parts of Josephine County.


Mosley, Joe. "Oregonian to halt delivery in Eugene-Springfield area" The Register-Guard. 13 Dec. 2008. 26 Dec. 2008

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