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Topic: Newsstand

Celebrity Weeklies, Fashion Magazines Continue to Struggle on Newsstand

Business, gun titles are a bright spot

Today, the Alliance for Audited Media released its consumer magazine circulation data for the second half of 2013, and once again, the narrative remains the same. Overall circulation remained relatively…

Who Killed the Magazine App?

97% of Newsstand apps are now free

The Association of Magazine Media (MPA), the magazine publishers trade group, this month reported some seemingly encouraging results for an industry that’s become all too used to bad news. While print…

Bauer Launching Three New Titles

Gen-X women's title Closer to debut with 2m copies

In a counterintuitive move given the sorry state of newsstand sales, Bauer Publishing, the company behind single-copy staples like Woman’s World, In Touch and Life & Style Weekly, is launching…

IMonitor Report Ranks Best Print Apps of 2012

Martha Stewart, Newsweek, Reader's Digest among the top picks

Producing a high-quality print app is tricky. It has to have enough interactivity to hook a reader, but not so much that it overwhelms them. It needs compelling information, attractive…

Lessons From 'People' Newsstand Woes

From Brangelina to Beyoncé, no star is a sure bet

Once upon a time, People magazine was one of the newsstand’s most reliable titles, rarely selling fewer than 1 million copies per issue. But the first six months of 2012…

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…

Provocative 'Time' and 'Newsweek' Covers Are Newsstand Hits

Controversial pics pay off for newsweeklies

Shock still sells, especially on the newsstand. According to MagNet’s industry insights, Time’s provocative “Are You Mom Enough?” issue—featuring a mother breastfeeding her 3-year-old boy—and Newsweek’s “The First Gay President,”…

'New York Post' to Raise Newsstand Price

Iconic tabloid to charge a quarter more per issue

The New York Post is raising its newsstand price to 75 cents beginning Monday, according to sources at the newspaper. Editor-in-chief Col Allan did not respond to calls about the hike.…

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