QUARTER 3 2016 MULTI PLATFORM DATA RELEASE

News Article
16 Nov 2016

Please refer to each title’s online ‘Headline report’ for the summary of data for all the platforms.

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PRESS OVERVIEW

Total Newspapers circulation declined by 0.7% on the previous quarter, and by 2.1% on the prior year.

Daily Newspapers declined by 3.1% on the previous quarter, and by 10.2% on the prior year.

Pretoria News increased circulation by 3.8% over the previous quarter, and by 5.6% 	over the prior year.

Weekly Newspapers increased by 3% on the previous quarter, and were static compared to the prior year

Soccer Laduma increased circulation by 5.8% compared to the previous quarter, but declined by 10% compared to the prior year.

Weekend Newspapers declined by 3.2% on the previous quarter, and by 9% on the prior year. Pretoria News Saturday increased circulation by 7.5% on the previous quarter, and by 21.9% on the prior year.

Local Newspapers increased by 0.6% on the previous quarter, but declined by 1.4% on the prior year.

Free Newspapers remained static compared to the previous quarter, but increased by 0.6% compared to the prior year.

PE Express increased distribution by 6.2% on the previous quarter, and by 13.5% 	compared to the prior year.

MAGAZINE OVERVIEW

Total Magazine circulation declined by 2.1% on the previous quarter, and by 2.1% on the prior year.

Consumer Magazines declined by 4% on the previous quarter, and by 11.7% on the prior year.

B2B Magazines declined by 1.5%on the previous quarter, and by 1% on the prior year.

Custom Magazines declined by 1.3% on the prior quarter, but increased by 2.2% over the prior year.

Free magazines increased by 2.7%over the previous quarter, and by 42.8% over the prior year (the result of a large number of new members).

In the Consumer Magazine sector, some of the movers are reflected below, indicating the changes in circulation compared to the previous quarter and the prior year:

Men’s Health (Previous Quarter) +6.1% (Prior Year) -18%

Caravan & Outdoor Life (Previous Quarter) +6.7% (Prior Year) +7.3%

Bona (Previous Quarter) +5.7% (Prior Year) -6.4%

Amakhosi (Previous Quarter) +27.4% (Prior Year) -35%

Kick Off (Previous Quarter) +8.4% (Prior Year) -22.8%

S A Rugby (Previous Quarter) +12.8% (Prior Year) +10.7%

In the Custom Magazine sector, the following title showed significant growth:

TFG Motor (Previous Quarter) +37.6% (Prior Year) New member

WEB TRAFFIC

118 titles have submitted web traffic data.

EMAIL NEWSLETTER NET DELIVERY

53 titles have submitted net delivery data.


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