Prospect achieves record circulation
Subscriptions and newsstand sales both continue to increase
Figures released today by the independent Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC) show that Prospect, the leading magazine of ideas, has achieved a record circulation figure.
This is Prospect’s third circulation increase in a row, reaching a new total of 32,123 recipients.
The total circulation increase is 2.2% with subscriptions increasing by 1% and newsstand sales increasing by 11%.
Prospect celebrates its 21st anniversary this year and now has more readers than ever, showing that independent thinking, in depth analysis and lively debate on the ideas shaping our world has never been more in demand.
Politically independent, Prospect is the choice of readers who want to read all the angles on complex questions and who want to be challenged by what they read.
Prospect‘s offering goes beyond the written word to a rich programme of events, debates and awards which bring in internationally-known speakers.
Bronwen Maddox, Editor, said: “This result is great news and a tribute to our excellent writers and contributors and our loyal and engaged readers. Prospect‘s commitment to dealing in depth with the big issues is being rewarded with a growing readership. This promises to be an exciting year with Britain’s referendum on EU membership, the rise of nationalism in Europe, and the rise of surprising new political leaders in Britain and the US. Prospect is the magazine to read to stay ahead.”
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