Audit Bureau of Circulation

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Audit Bureau of Circulation

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(Journalism & Publishing) an organization that collects, audits, and publishes monthly circulation figures for newspapers and magazines. Abbreviation: ABC
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Petersburg (Fla.) Times 103,411 -9.2% SOURCE: Audit Bureau of Circulations Publisher Statements
Dias discusses digital circulation in her article and some of the finer points of the Audit Bureau of Circulations' recent change to its definition of digital magazines.
The Audit Bureau of Circulations said that it received figures from 85% of the 882 US daily newspapers it counts among its members.
Average weekly circulation * 1999 2003 DAILY NEWS 729 737 +1% POST 434 620 +43% * in thousands Source: Audit Bureau of Circulation Note: Table made from bar graph.
Census Bureau, Audit Bureau of Circulations, American Booksellers Association, Yellow Pages, American Library Directory, and National Directory of Magazines.
The latest numbers from the Audit Bureau of Circulations show a small drop overall, continuing a trend that has been evident for years.
The Audit Bureau of Circulations showed that Time and Newsweek each had an 80 percent rise in their average weekly newsstand sales during the second half of 2001, compared to the year before.
In a move that pleased publishers, the Audit Bureau of Circulations changed its rules for calculating magazine circulation.
No wonder that in the six months July to December our sales figure was UP by almost 14,000 copies a day over the same period in 1997, according to the latest Audit Bureau of Circulations figures.
The latest figures from the newspaper industry's Audit Bureau of Circulations show that our sales for 1995 were up on 1994 by more than 48,000 copies...and that's the BIGGEST increase in the entire popular Sunday newspaper market.
The Audit Bureau of Circulations yesterday released figures on U.S.
New Britain, CT, June 09, 2010 --(PR.com)-- In a new article on his blog, publishing consultant William Dunkerley answers a reader's question regarding iPad digital editions and compliance with the latest Audit Bureau of Circulations rules.

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