Spectator sales hit all time high

The sales of the Spectator, Gerry’s magazine of choice, have it an all time record high. This is very good news, considering the concern over what digital media would do to such mags. An obviously chuffed editor, Fraser Nelson, spread the word:

Sales of The Spectator broke through an all-time high three years ago, and we’ve kept growing ever since. The latest industry figures, for the first half of the year, are out today – and I’m delighted to say that it’s our best-ever start to any year. Our worldwide sales averaged 71,102 in the first half of this year, up 1,939 from the same period last year. This is our preferred figure: copies that people buy for themselves. Add other forms of circulation (samples, and copies bought by the more discerning airlines for their passengers), split out print-and-digital bundles, and the headline figure calculated by ABC, the industry auditor, stands at 102,866.

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