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Digital Magazine Sales Up, According to Study

Digital magazine sales surveyed among 14 of the top magazine publishers are skyrocketing on a single-copy level, according to a recent Pew Research Center study. Year-over-year website traffic is on the rise, as well, SubscriptionInsider.com reports.

Magazine Circulation Numbers: Niche Publishers, AAM, and More

Magazine circulation numbers are by definition always changing, but we’re at a crucial juncture when it comes to these stats.

For instance, it’s hard to believe, but the Alliance for Audited Media is just now establishing standards for magazine apps, because they’re helping publishers with audience development. And elsewhere, recent numbers give us a good idea of which niche magazines are succeeding, and which aren’t.

Digital Magazine Publishing Update: Adobe, Marriott, & Magzter

The news we look at in this roundup reflects the digital magazine publishing trends shaping the industry. You’ve got your mobile-focused advance from the arsenal of a longtime ally of publishers, your legacy brand jumping feet first into the publishing business, and your buffet subscription services battling back against the perception that consumers aren’t buying what they’re selling.

National Journal Opens Access to Digital Library

Folio is reporting that the National Journal has opened access to its digital library. Caysey Welton writes, “National Journal rolled out a new database for its members featuring thousands of policy-related primary documents.

Digital Publishing Shocker: Is Forbes Media for Sale?

Ad Week is reporting that Forbes Media is entertaining offers to sell the company. Lucia Moses writes, “CEO Mike Perlis announced the news in a memo to employees today saying that as a result of the company having its best financial performance in six years, the company has gotten “more than a few” indications of interest. Deutsche Bank is handling the process.” Forbes is seeking $400 to $500 million for the company. This comes after turning down $400 million in 2004 from Conde Nast.