Audit Bureau of Circulations Headlines
Posted on: 01/22/13
Little by little, digital media brands are challenging the assumption that content must be free for all readers on the Internet. Newspaper companies, which had the largest stake in reader revenues as a result of their traditional paid circulation model in print, have led the way in recapturing...
Posted on: 11/16/12
New York—The Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC), which was founded in 1914, has changed its name to the Alliance for Audited Media, effective immediately.
Posted on: 11/05/12
When Larry Kramer was editor of the San Francisco Examiner in the 1980s, one of his responsibilities was managing gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson, author of “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.” Kramer, president-publisher of Gannett Co.'s USA Today, recently tackled another tough...
Posted on: 09/17/12
Posted on: 09/10/12
New York—The Economist has released its first global “Consolidated Media Report,” which shows audited data for The Economist's global print and digital products across seven regions.
Posted on: 08/29/12
Arlington Heights, Ill.—The Audit Bureau of Circulations has released a list of the top 25 U.S. business publications for the first half of the year. The list is based on total average paid circulation and qualified nonpaid print circulation.