The print and digital editions of FIPP World Magazine Trends 2013/14 are now available, with the open Excel data files soon to follow.
The annual report, now in its nineteenth edition, is an invaluable resource of data and statistics providing the only global picture about the magazine media market today.
All FIPP members receive our digital editions for free.
If you are a FIPP Member and have not yet received an email with link, user name and password for the FIPP World Magazine Trends digital edition, contact Sylkia Cartagena or Helen Bland.
FIPP non-members can purchase the print or digital edition (powered by PressReader) for £295.
The FIPP World Magazine Trends open Excel files will be available from the end of January 2014 and can be ordered now.
FIPP members get 30 per cent off the standard price for the print edition and Excel files of World Magazine Trends. Click here for all prices and to order (or pre-order).
Are you a FIPP member? If you are a media owner of national association, check here.
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If your company is not a member, but you are interested in joining FIPP, visit www.fipp.com/membership for more information or contact Cobus Heyl.
FIPP’s annual publications in 2014
Innovations in Magazine Media World Report 2014
Proof of Performance: Making the Case for Magazine Media 2014
World Digital Media Factbook 2014/15
World Magazine Trends 2014/15
In all cases, the following applies
Digital edition: free to members | Standard price to non-members
Print: 30 per cent off to members | Standard price to non-members
Apps: 30 per cent off to members | Standard price to non-members
The books are also available in bundles – contact Helen Bland for more information.
Members and non-members can also order back copies – contact Sylkia Cartagena or Helen Bland for details.
About FIPP World Magazine Trends 2013/14
FIPP World Magazine Trends 2013/14 covers magazine media markets in 54 countries, country-by-country, region-by-region and globally. FIPP national associations, publishers and industry experts, and ZenithOptimedia and PricewaterhouseCoopers provide the data.
The report covers magazine revenue, circulation, number of titles and companies, top titles listings. Added this year, is a summary of international Internet and Facebook penetration rates. Useful resources include a unique monitor of cross-border launches in the last year, tax on print, GDP and consumer prices (inflation rate).
FIPP counts most of the world’s leading magazine media and related companies and brands among its more than 700 member companies in more than 60 countries.
All member company employees are entitled to FIPP’s membership benefits. Visit www.fipp.com/membership for more information about FIPP membership and its various benefits or contact marketing and membership services manager, Cobus Heyl.