ABC figures for the six month period ending June 2012 are in for magazines such as NME, Q and Kerrang!
While most music magazines have succumbed to tough times at market, a handful have managed to increase their average readership.
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It’s indie outfits on the whole that have made an impressive showing with The Fly, The Stool Pigeon and Properganda all increasing their readership in the six months from December 2011. IPC’s Uncut manages a 1.1% readership increase period-on-period as well.
Big names such as NME, Kerrang! and Q all saw declines in average readership figures, however, with Q magazine dropping over 15k readers year-on-year.
It appears as though Future Publishing has chosen not to release figures for the latest period.
Overall, rock music magazines increased their total average net circulation/distribution by 14.5% year-on-year – moving from an average readership of 451,335 to 516,629.