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La Gaceta hasn't more 100,000 prints in circulation[edit]

Hi, The newspaper La Gaceta from Spain hasn't more 100,000 prints in circulations, in fact, it has much less than the other newspapers of Spain, from that list its the smallest one. In fact, La Gaceta is not a well known newspaper, if you put that one, you should put like 10 more newspapers. The other newspapers are all known in Spain.

I suggest its elimination from the list. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Living001 (talkcontribs) 11:36, 20 July 2011 (UTC)

OJD [1] says La Gaceta's circ is 45,835. Done. ``` W i k i W i s t a h ``` 05:01, 29 January 2012 (UTC)

Actually La Gaceta is very well known and it publishes at a national level. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 92.21.67.226 (talk) 17:58, 6 February 2012 (UTC)

I don't doubt that it is known nationally, but the criterion for this navbox is circulation. Currently the limit is set at 80,000 and La Gaceta's daily circulation as audited by OJD is well below that figure. If you think the limit should be set lower, please discuss it here rather than adding false information to the navbox. My own thoughts are below. ``` W i k i W i s t a h ``` 19:28, 6 February 2012 (UTC)

Circulation limit changed to 80K[edit]

Circulation figures from 2011 (according to OJD: [2]) would have dropped several papers from this box if we kept the 100,000 circulation limit, so I reduced it to 80,000 to keep the same titles in the box. The papers that would have dropped are EL CORREO (now 99,277), PUBLICO (87,983), LA VOZ DE GALICIA (94,844) and SPORT (95,056).

Of course the 80,000 limit is completely arbitrary, though I like it because there is a large gulf between PUBLICO at nearly 88,000 and the next-largest daily newspaper, EL DIARIO VASCO, at 69,905. That is the only newspaper in Spain with audited paid circulation in the 60,000s. Setting the limit at 50,000 brings in LA NUEVA ESPANA at 55,807. Next up are three newspapers in the 45,000-46,000 range: LA GACETA (see above), EL HERALDO DE ARAGON and DIARIO DE NAVARRA. ``` W i k i W i s t a h ``` 05:01, 29 January 2012 (UTC)

PUBLICO is now defunct http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2012/feb/24/newspaper-publico-stop-printing so I removed it and changed the limit to 90,000. ``` W i k i W i s t a h ``` 19:30, 26 February 2012 (UTC)