Date Posted: Thursday 13th August 2015
ABC has today unveiled highlights from the latest round of ABC figures for its brands reporting in the period January to June 2015 for both print and digital editions.
Vogue announces a new circulation of 200,058, a 0.3% increase in total actively purchased copies, while UK subs increase by 2.5% period-on-period. Vogue will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2016. House & Garden's new figures are 113,047, a rise of 2.1% in total subs period-on-period in UK. Its digital iteration house has 905,533 unique users. Tatler announces a new ABC of 84,383, up 9.5% year-on-year and an 8.7% increase in UK actively purchased copies period-on-period. The World of Interiors announces new figures of 58,066, this is an increase of 5% in UK. GQ posts an ABC of 121,085, an increase of 1% in UK purchased copies period-on-period and 9% subs year-on-year. Vanity Fair's new figures total 88,009. Condé Nast Traveller announces an ABC of 78,067, up 2.6% in UK actively purchased copies, and single copy sales have increased by 9.9%. Glamour posts an ABC of 370,012. Remaining the media brand of choice across multiple platforms for the millennial generation, Glamour has a combined gross audience reach of more than 7 million. Wired announces an ABC of 54,057, up 0.8% in UK actively purchased copies and UK subs have grown by 5.3% period-on-period. The Wired.co.uk online audience shows 1,565,090 unique users. LOVE and GQ Style are each biannual, so no ABC is filed. Brides remains the market leader in its sector, continuing to post its ABC annually.
Time Inc. (UK):
Country Homes and Interiors posts an ABC of 82,569. InStyle has announced a print ABC of 148,932 with a year-on-year increase of 2%. Woman and Woman’s Own achieved their highest combined UK newsstand share of the weeklies lifestyle sector in seven years at 55.8%, up 1.5% on the year, whereby the ABC for Woman is 246,533 and for Woman's Own 208,158. Woman’s Weekly retains its top position in the traditional weeklies sector and records it highest ever UK newsstand share at 49.9% and a print ABC of 296,317. Essentials reports a combined ABC of 104,197. Ideal Home announces an ABC of 172,991 and Livingetc, 84,328. The TV titles continue to excel across multiple platforms, influencing over 6.5 million readers. What’s on TV delivers a combined ABC of 1,015,862 and TV Times reports a combined ABC of 213,184.
Cosmopolitan has revealed an ABC of 258,448 for print and digital, growing 0.3% period-on-period. Country Living's new figures are 168,800. ELLE posted its growth of 5.7% year-on-year and 0.4% period-on-period, recording a combined ABC of 164,081. ELLE Decoration, the world’s leading homes magazine, reports a total combined ABC of 66,406. ELLE Decoration Country has announced its combine figures as 66,406. Esquire has reported combined ABC figures of 56,499. Britain's biggest-selling lifestyle magazine Good Housekeeping has announced a combined ABC of 404,205. Harper’s Bazaar reports a combined ABC of 106,089. House Beautiful announces a new ABC of 112,027, recording a 0.3% increase year-on-year. Men’s Health has announced figures of 193,901 for its combined print and digital ABC. Red magazine has a unveiled figures of 188,844 combining both print and digital. Women’s Health notes its sixth consecutive increase since the brand’s launch in February 2012. With combined print and digital figures of 124,740, an 8% increase year-on-year and 5.6% period-on-period. Prima grew 0.1% year-on-year, recording a combined print and digital ABC of 264,155. Asda’s customer magazine, which Hearst is now publishing, released an ABC today of 2,109,560 up 6.9% period-on-period and 6.1% year-on-year. It is distributed free to customers and is the UK’s biggest lifestyle magazine. In the weekly sector, All About Soap has announced combined ABC figures of 43,285. Best magazine announces a new combined ABC of 171,227. UK’s No1 soap title Inside Soap has released figures of 124,455. Real People posts combined figures of 156,478. Reveal reports a combined ABC figure of 133,088.
ShortList announces a new ABC of 502,267, comparing to a figure of 500,449 for the same period in 2014. Stylist reports a figure of 403,200, versus 400,302 for the same period in 2013.
heat has reported a combined total of 185,355 for print and digital. Closer continues to be the highest selling full price standalone title in the celebrity weekly market and announces a combined figure of 283,608. Grazia announces new figures of 143,818 for print and digital; while Yours has announced figures of 272,603 for its print edition, up 0.96% period-on-period and 0.10% year-on-year. Empire unveils print and digital ABC figures of 144,653, dominating the film market outselling the nearest competitor by over two to one.
Hubert Burda Media UK:
Your Home has announced figures of 119,621 for print and 866 for digital.
H Bauer Publishing:
Bella has announced a combined ABC of 187,095, while Take a Break posts a print ABC figure of 608,743.
HELLO! Fashion Monthly (HFM) today releases its first ABC, announcing a 100% actively purchased sales figure of 90,892 and a 6.7% market share in the Women’s Lifestyle/Fashion sector. 61% of its sales come from consumers new to the market. Internal figures also show that circulation has grown by 28.7% period-on-period. HELLO! releases a combined ABC of 261,333.
Health & Fitness announces a new ABC of 16,236 for print and 1,652 for digital, while Men's Fitness combined ABC figures are 37,803.
Square Up Media:
Escapism magazine has received a new ABC figure of 100,613, the first and only publication in the travel category to surpass 100,000 in circulation. The new figure is a 7% increase from its Dec 2014 figure of 94,274. Foodism, the London food and drink magazine, received its first full-year figure of 109,210 securing it as the capital’s largest circulation food and drink publication. Square Mile has reported its eighth consecutive ABC rise with a new figure of 59,612.
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