Hearst Magazines UK has today released its latest set of ABC figures (Jan – Jun 2015), which sees ELLE and Women’s Health record both year-on-year and period-on-period growth, Prima and House Beautiful register year-on-year increases, Cosmopolitan deliver period-on-period growth, and Good Housekeeping retain its market-leading position.
Anna Jones, CEO of Hearst Magazines UK, says: “Seeing strong growth from many of our key brands in print as we continue our positive growth trajectory online is fantastic. Good Housekeeping maintains its market leading position, ELLE continues to deliver a valuable and growing fashion audience and Women’s Health goes from strength to strength with an extremely strong editorial proposition. We recently appointed Farrah Storr, former Editor of Women’s Health as Editor of Cosmopolitan, and we are looking forward to seeing her apply her talent to an even bigger audience.”
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