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Dennis current affairs portfolio shows strong and sustained ABC increases

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Dennis today reports a strong ABC performance across its current affairs titles The Week, The Week Junior and MoneyWeek, for the July to December 2017 period.

The Week Junior grew its print circulation with a rise of 4.6 per cent period-on-period to 48,017 ABC, with over 37,000 paid-subscribers. The Week Junior is setting new records for rapid subscription growth. Its rapid growth saw three audits in 2017. The first for Jan-March period showed a  strong debut ABC of 37,640, the April-June 2017 period saw the the title grow again by 21.9 per cent to 45,895. The magazine has demonstrated  continued  growth in this Jul-Dec 2017 period, showing an ABC increase of 4.6 per cent to 48,017. Single copy subscriptions hit 40,306.  

Steady sales at MoneyWeek with market beating ABC of 46,081 - up 0.3 per cent period-on-period. Since Dennis acquired the title in July 2017, it has shown a steady increase in circulation with an averageperiod-on-period rise this quarter of 0.3 per cent. With 44,111 UK subscribers, MoneyWeek is a vital component of the Dennis current affairs pillar.

Dennis’ flagship title The Week reports a print circulation increase of 0.3 per cent period-on-period and paid-for digital circulation growth of 5.5 per cent to 38,800.   

James Tye, chief executive, Dennis said “I’m pleased to see continued print and digital growth in the Dennis Current Affairs portfolio. The Week continues to dominate the current affairs marketplace with its ever increasing portfolio of brands. The Week Junior has shown  extraordinary  growth since launch with a 48,015 ABC.  Its rise, almost all subscription driven, is truly remarkable. MoneyWeek has proved a perfect addition to the growing current affairs portfolio, and these circulation increases further cement Dennis as the leader in the sector.”

Dennis is a member of FIPP.

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