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ABC releases UK consumer magazines report

Today’s Consumer Magazines Report published by ABC contains average issue circulation figures for the 447 magazine titles audited for the six-month period from July to December 2014. Report from PPA, the UK magazine media association.

Figures are based on circulation for the magazine in print and, where available, also incorporate circulation data for digital editions to provide a single, combined circulation figure.

Commenting on the report, Barry McIlheney, CEO of the PPA, said: “Today's ABC release turns a spotlight on the magazines at the core of our sector, in both print and digital form, and serves as a reminder of their unique power in engaging and influencing readers, whether mass market or specialist interest.

"At the same time, this release also serves as a reminder of our sector's changing dynamics.

"The linear measure of magazine readership is now being superseded by a more layered measure of magazine brand communities, and their reach across multiple platforms."

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