FIPP’s latest Global Digital Subscription Snapshot, published in partnership with Piano, is now live and available exclusively to members. It’s almost four years to the day since we launched our very first subscription snapshot, which has evolved into the most comprehensive quarterly report on the global digital subscriptions market today.
“Back in 2018 when we first began, data was collated on 45 publishing brands and showed a combined global digital subscription reach within the industry of 9.8 million,” says FIPP President & CEO, James Hewes, in his introduction to the report. “In this latest edition, we have a total of 121 individual titles included, with a global reach of 37.8 million subscriptions. Indeed, The New York Times alone now stands at 9.5 million subscribers and 10.9 million gross subscriptions.”
“The quarterly report now also covers streaming services, which takes the total number of entities in this latest issue up to 191. And new for this year, we’ve also made historic data available to all members in spreadsheet format via FIPP.com, so you can get in and use the numbers yourself.”
FIPP members can also download historical data from the report here.