Canadian Magazine Industry News
3 February 2014,     TORONTO
NatGeo is the top U.S. mag in Canada: AAM
National Geographic holds the No. 1 spot in the Alliance for Audited Media (AAM)'s latest rundown of the top American publications in Canada according to total circulation.

The list reflects information, subject to audit, reported for the first half of 2013. National Geographic, the official magazine of the National Geographic Society, reported a total paid and verified circulation of 300,744 copies in Canada. Hearst's Cosmopolitan followed with 184,569, and People, published by Time Inc., was No. 3 with 134,980.

The top three publications held their positions from the last AAM list, which tallied the second half of 2012. Good Housekeeping is the only new presence in the Top 10, increasing 29.5% from 77,926 to 100,922. Seventeen dropped from the Top 10, reporting 87,559 vs. 103,953 previously.

Total circ as of 6/30/13 % change from 12/31/12
National Geographic 300,744  (2.37)
Cosmopolitan 184,569  (16.5)
People 134,980  (8.03)
O Oprah 129,356  (0.29)
Woman's World 119,485  3.29
Men's Health 112,466  17.1
Prevention 103,584  (11.7)
First for Women 101,956  (17.54)
Good Housekeeping 100,922  29.51
In Style 100,085  (18.07)

More than 350 U.S. magazines reported circulation numbers for Canada. For the full list of the Top 25 visit the AAM blog. To compare with previous numbers, access the list for the second half of 2012 here.
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