Consumer ABCs: Women’s Weeklies

Consumer ABCs: Women’s Weeklies

Bauer Media’s Heat was the only women’s weekly magazine to post print circulation growth in 2022 (+1.3%), according to the latest consumer ABC data release. Digital circulation fell, however, following impressive growth in 2021.

Bauer’s Take a Break remained the country’s largest women’s weekly magazine, with a circulation in excess of 300,000, despite  print and digital circulations falling 8% year-on-year.

There were no total gains in circulation across print and digital women’s weeklies last year. Heart UK’s Best performed the worst, with losses in circulation of 27%.

Mediatel Connected has compiled the latest ABC consumer magazine data in the following table. To view the table, please login or and visit the Press app in Mediatel Connected to explore further.

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