Canadian Magazine Industry News
7 February 2013,     TORONTO
AAM's Top 10 Canadian consumer magazines for the second half of 2012
AAM data for the second half of 2012 has been released, and it shows an overall decline of 3.5% in paid and verified circulation for Canadian consumer magazines. For the 67 magazines that reported data for the six-month periods ending Dec. 31, 2012, and Dec. 31, 2011, paid subscriptions were down an average of 6.2% and single-copy sales declined 1.2%.

Chatelaine (No. 1) held steady in the Total Paid & Verified Circulation rankings with a 0% change from last year. Canadian Living (No. 2) crept up 0.9%, while Reader's Digest, Canadian English edition (No. 3), which held the top spot in June for the first half of the year, tumbled 15.2%. Other declines were Maclean's (No. 4) dropping 5.5%, and Canadian Geographic (No. 9) falling 8.4%.

For single copy sales, Canadian Living continued on at No. 1 with a 3.05% gain. Rounding out the top three were Chatelaine (No. 2) and Canadian House & Home (No. 3), each increasing sales by around 8%. Moneysense (No. 10) made the biggest jump in singles sales with an 83.21% increase, moving 32,213 copies in 2012 compared to 17,583 in 2011, while Style at Home (No. 6) saw a rise of over 10% and Coupe de Pouce (No. 7) gained over 16%. LouLou Canada's Shopping Magazine (No. 9) fell 14.81%.

Visit AAM's website for the full lists.
 
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