Thursday, January 8, 2015
Magazine Media 360° Rings in the New Year with Good News
The complete report, which currently covers 146 magazine media brands from 32 companies, representing 95% of the reader universe, can be found at www.magazine.org. Commenting on the data, Mary G. Berner, President and CEO, MPA-The Association of Magazine Media said, “It’s always good to start the new year with positive news – in this case, continued good news, as magazine media’s audience continues to build momentum.” She added, “We couldn’t be more pleased that The Magazine Media 360° Brand Audience Report is becoming a trusted source of insight and information, particularly among advertisers. The ad community has quickly begun to recognize this metric as a valuable tool that measures consumer demand across platforms, which is exactly the way they are buying our content today.”
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