New Haven, CT:

CTNow (New Haven)

Since 1975, the New Haven Advocate (now called CTNow) has served as both the cultural guide and the main source of investigative journalism in the area. It has broken major stories about municipal corruption, brain cancer at Pratt Whitney and predatory debt collection practices at the region's major hospital. The paper has been a part of New Haven's artistic renaissance, authoritatively covering (and sponsoring) major arts festivals.

The heart of our circulation area lies in the same region as Yale and four other major universities; nearly half of our readers are college-educated, with a median household income of $53,592.

Publication Day: Thursday
Base Circulation: 40,000
Audited Circulation: 36,550
Single-issue Readership: N/A
4-issue Cume Readership: N/A

Unique Visitors: 27,000
Page Views: 35,000

Audit/Readership Sources:
PRINT: Verified Audit Circulation (Mar 2011)
ONLINE: Google Analytics (Jun 2011)