Consumers ABC’s: News & Current Affairs

Consumers ABC’s: News & Current Affairs
Weekly news and current affairs publication, The Economist.

News & current affairs market leader The Economist grew its digital circulation by 1.7% year-over-year as its print circulation continued to decrease at a faster rate (-13.4%).

That is according to the latest consumer ABC figures, which found that on the whole, print news magazines saw declines in circulation in the upper-single digits to mid-teens in 2022.

While TIME saw its print circulation decrease 16.8%, it’s digital circulation grew a comparatively minor 7.1%.

Meanwhile, titles like The Week saw declines in both print (-5.2%) and digital (-6.6%) circulation.

However, fortnightly print title Private Eye bucked the trend away from print circulation, growing its circulation 4.4% to 248,133.

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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Note: The Economist includes figures for the following editions – United Kingdom, Europe (excl UK), Middle East & Africa, Asia Pacific, North America & Latin America

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