103,000 copies distributed, but they only pay for 79,900 copies?

The Euro Weekly News (you remember, our local TV Times that only distributes to advertisers) claims this week, over a staggering 4 pages (left no room for anything else but UK TV schedules and adverts), that it publishes 103,000 copies a week. Those poor trees.

Yet, on it’s website, it proudly displays it’s printing bill “so we can see the truth”… they add up to 79,900 copies.

http://www.euroweeklynews.com/print_run.html

Ignoring the fact the two different bills go to different companies.

Ah well.

BTW: Anyone who only reads the English press know anything about the POTALA, the AVE line, the Ley de Costas expropiation or anything else that may, just possibly, affect them? Thought not.

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