The Week Continues To ‘Prove Critics Wrong’

theweek_081806_cover.jpgVia Folio::

The Week has proved critics wrong by increasing its circulation each year since its launch. The initial rate base of 100,000 grew to 150,000 by 2003 and upward to 200,000 in 2004. After rising to 300,000 in 2005, the publication again upped it to 400,000, which has been exceeded according to the latest ABC FAS FAX report (to be released Aug. 21), which reports The Week’s paid circ to be 429,401.

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