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Double celebration for Reader’s Digest New Zealand

Double celebration for Reader’s Digest New Zealand

With an audited circulation of 96,070, from the NZ Audited Bureau of Circulation, Reader’s Digest New Zealand is again the country’s highest-circulating monthly magazine, 23 percent ahead of its nearest rival1 .

Editor in Chief, Tom Moore says the September issue, due out on Wednesday (subs 27 August), is a double celebration for New Zealand’s favourite monthly magazine.

“We have a new cover logo, fresh interior design, some new department headings and whole new departments in HealthSmart and The Digest,”he says.

A new statement for the magazine has been developed - Life Well Shared.

“It is a statement of what Reader’s Digest has come to stand for - since it was born many years ago, but more relevant than ever today.

“Reader’s Digest inspires by celebrating what is best in the world, our communities and ourselves. Through shared stories and shared experiences, we provide ways for people of all ages to feel
uplifted and connected as caring contributors to the global community,”says Tom Moore.

ENDS

1 Australian Women’s Weekly – NZ Edition (a monthly publication) with a circulation of 78,298

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