NYT leads online newspaper readership

Online readership of the New York Times increased 33 percent from 2007 to 2008, keeping it well ahead of all other online newspapers, according to the Nieman Journalism Lab:

We’ve ranked the top 15 by average monthly unique visitors, according to Nielsen Online, which is the source of all our data (via Editor & Publisher’s monthly reports). Analysis, charts, and fancy interactive graphics will follow later today and tomorrow, but first, let’s see the list:

1. The New York Times
19,503,667 average monthly uniques
Increase of 33% from 2007
Peak month: 21,340,000 uniques in March [Eliot Spitzer]

2. USA Today
10,845,000 average monthly uniques
Increase of 12% from 2007
Peak month: 12,314,000 uniques in January

3. The Washington Post
10,260,167 average monthly uniques
Increase of 19% from 2007
Peak month: 12,956,000 uniques in September

[Continue reading Top 15]

Note that this list only includes newspapers that also have a print edition. The Top 30 Global News Sites list was headed by MSNBC, Yahoo! and CNN.

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