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Woman’s Day Gains Another 42,000 Readers

Woman’s Day Gains Another 42,000 Readers Every Week

New Zealand’s top-selling women’s magazine, Woman’s Day, increased its readership by 5% year on year in the latest Nielsen Media Research readership survey figures released today. Woman’s Day gained another 42,000 readers year on year. 893,000 New Zealanders now read Woman’s Day every week.

Woman’s Day’s increased readership comes on the back of the magazine’s highest circulation audit since 2000. 152,609 copies of Woman’s Day are sold every week.

“This is Woman’s Day’s third consecutive readership increase,” said ACP Magazines’ Group Publisher, Debra Millar.

“It is further testament to the power of the Woman’s Day brand.” Woman’s Day outsells its nearest rival by more than 53,000 copies each week. Its readership is now greater than the combined populations of Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin.

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