Tampa Bay Times daily circulation up 13.6 percent, Tribune up over 32 percent

According to the Alliance for Audited Media, the Tampa Bay Times has the 16th highest daily circulation in the nation, and has increased sales over the past year by 13.6 percent. The daily circulation of the paper is at 340,260, a big leap from 299,497 a year ago.

However, all is not golden over at 490 First Ave. S. The paper's Sunday circulation is down nearly 7 percent, from 432,202 to 402,422.

Papers with the biggest circulation increase in the top 25 markets are the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, which grew its readership by more than 32 percent, and the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, which increased its circulation by nearly 28 percent. The New York Times also had an impressive year, increasing its daily circulation by 17.6 percent and it's Sunday readership by 16 percent.

The Wall Street Journal remains the biggest newspaper in the country with a combined readership in terms of the paper and online of 2,378,827. They're followed by the New York Times, USA Today, L.A. Times, New York Daily News, and New York Post.