Johannesburg - Newspapers have lost about 90 000 buyers in
the past year, according to a report on Monday.
Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC) data showed that from
October to December daily newspapers sold 97 000 fewer copies, or 6.7% less
than in the same period in 2010, Business Day reported.
The ABC forecast that losses would continue as more
consumers and advertisers opt for digital media.