Thursday, February 17, 2011

Breaking News: NME sale down 16.4%

MediaGuardian is just flashing the latest magazine circulation figures; amongst the headlines is a further chunky drop in the NME figures of 16.4%. Not clear yet if this year-on-year or quarter-on-quarter.

UPDATE: That's year-on-year.

Press Gazette says Q is down to 69,535 and now being outsold by Ben10.


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Great Kenny Chesney spamming up here!

Anyway, although predictable (NME's target audience is now more likely to be on the Web than anywhere else), it's kind of a shame at the same time. Under Krissi Murrison's tutelage, it has tried, at least, to be a little more diverse in its scope and - gasp! - even a bit smarter in its discourse.
But there you go: more and more, this is the Internet age, and the NME should realize this.

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