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A newspaper is a periodical publication containing written information about current events.

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Newsworthy events happen every second across the nation, but some occur in certain places more often, leaving some cities with less exciting reporting jobs. Could this be the reason for the wide range of readership rates across the nation, with some remaining exceptionally strong and others dwindling? The information in this article shows the best and worst cities for newspaper readership, with some surprising low readerships in metropolitan areas.

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