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Strong Growth For Dish Magazine

4 June 2008
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Strong Growth For Dish Magazine

More people are discovering what makes Jones Publishing’s food title Dish such an inspirational and useful read, with the magazine’s readership soaring 20% in the latest Nielsen Readership Survey results*.

Dish’s readership has now broken the 100,000 mark, up from 83,000 for the equivalent period last year. The magazine has shown steady growth since its launch in August 2004 and its move from quarterly to bi-monthly a year ago.

Publisher John Baker says it’s a great achievement in a tough market and full credit must go to the editorial team for creating a magazine that is both engaging in content and premium in delivery.

Editor Victoria Wells says the excellent growth in readership shows more people are identifying with Dish’s down-to-earth approach to good food and are enjoying the mix of informative stories and inspirational recipes.

*Source: Nielsen National Readership Survey Q2 2007 – Q1 2008; (April 2007 – March 2008)


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