New trawl for the press on paper. The EGM data known on Thursday indicate that newspapers continue to lose readers accentuating their crisis. The data of the third wave of the General Media Study (EGM) indicate that at the end of 2017 the press has 9.6 million daily readers, this is 216,000 less than the summer data and a loss of 862,000 followers in a year. This figure is even more striking if we compare it with the data of the third wave of 2008, the starting point of the crisis that still plagues

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