Internet Story Says Newspaper Circulation Is Declining Less Quickly

So this happened today:

Figures released Monday by the Audit Bureau of Circulations show average daily circulation fell 5 percent in the six months that ended Sept. 30, compared with the same period a year earlier.

The latest decline was not as steep as the 8.7 percent drop seen in the previous reporting period, which ran from October 2009 through March of this year.

Of the 25 largest daily newspapers that were audited by ABC for the report, only two papers — the Wall Street Journal and Dallas Morning News — saw increases in circulation.