There’s life in Magazine Subscriptions

We were pleased to see that two of our publishing industry clients have made it into the top seven best performing magazine titles for sales in 2016.

As reported by the Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC), The Spectator and New Statesman are on a list of publishers seeing growth in print and digital subscriptions. ABC independently verifies and reports on media performance and as a result, is seen as a trusted benchmark of success in the publishing industry.

The results show that in 2016, there was a general trend of paid-for UK magazines losing sales at an average rate of 5.9% per year. However, the good news is some publications are bucking this trend — The Spectator and New Statesman included, whose sales are up 15.2% and 5.3% respectively. You can read more about the report at the Press Gazette.

We’re passionate about delivering solutions to the publishing industry and love seeing our clients doing well — so congratulations to everyone involved!

Find out how we’ve been helping The Spectator and New Statesman.

Chris McInerney

Chris McInerney

Chris has experience in branding, print and web projects, over a career spanning twenty years. He has been key in delivering new websites for Catholic Herald, Worktech and NATS. When he's not involved with client work, he's part of the team looking after our marketing and branding. Outside work, Chris can usually be found running around in the name of keep fit. Often it's just him chasing after his pet dog, Charlie. Chris is also an avid watcher of Liverpool FC, mostly from his armchair, although he tells us he occasionally makes the trip to Anfield.