Magazine circulation report released

Joe Pompeo reports these magazine circulation highlights:

— The New Yorker’s average circulation increased 2.2% to 1,047,260, and newsstand sales were up 2.8% to 33,530.

— GQ’s circulation was up 4.5% to 980,254, while Vogue’s circulation dropped 1.7% to roughly 1.26 million. Vanity Fair dropped 4.8% to around 1.22 million.

— Time showed a .5% decrease to 3.23 million, and Newsweek was down 1.8% to 1.52 million. (Tina Brown’s title did show small newsstand bump of .3% year-over-year.

— Bloomberg Businessweek’s total average circulation was by 1%, but its single copy sales were down 9.4%.

* In latest circulation report, circulation up for New Yorker, New York



  1. In a word, after a decade or more of tsunamic hemorrhage, we’ve come to the land of Anemia.

  2. As for Tina Brown, somebody’s got to put her in the magazine publishing world’s version of the forest scene in Miller’s Crossing.