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Topic: Audit Bureau of Circulations

Magazines Face New Circulation Requirements

Publishers that don't comply could face sanctions

It may have taken more than six years, but the Alliance for Audited Media (formerly the Audit Bureau of Circulations) has finally passed a rule to make publishers release their…

Pubs That Go Digital-Only Face New Requirements

Publishers also will need to report circulation more frequently

Newsweek might have been the most high-profile magazine to go digital-only, but it's probably not the last. And so the Alliance for Audited Media—as the Audit Bureau of Circulations has renamed…

Digital Circ Up, but Still Tiny

Magazines still mostly a print-based business

Magazines have doubled their digital circulation in the past year, but publishing remains a mostly ink-on-paper business for the industry. The Audit Bureau of Circulations’ latest magazine report is out, and…

Magazine Newsstand Sales Still Falling in 2012

Results in for 'Vogue,' 'Cosmo,' 'O'

The numbers coming from the Audit Bureau of Circulations on Tuesday are likely to show yet another soft performance for magazine newsstand sales, especially for women's titles. Many of the biggest…

Celeb Magazines Down, but Specialty Titles Gain

People takes a hit, but Hispanic and gaming mags see growth

People isn’t the newsstand stalwart it once was. For years the celebrity weekly held the No. 2 spot behind Cosmopolitan. But a 10.5 percent drop in newsstand sales in the first…

Another Dismal First Half for Magazines

Newsstand sales estimated to be down 11%

Royal wedding-related sales notwithstanding, the first half is turning out to be another disaster for magazine newsstand sales, according to Magazine Information Network, a clearinghouse for retail sales. MagNet reported U.S.…

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