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Roy Morgan 2020 magazine readership stats reflect COVID-19’s impact on titles


Roy Morgan CEO Michele Levine has said an unprecedented year in 2020 provided huge challenges to traditional publishers but there are still millions of Australians who enjoy reading print magazines as Australia looks forward to a post-COVID return to ‘normality’.

Levine made the comments while announcing Roy Morgan’s most recent survey on magazine readership in Australia for the December 2019 to December 2020 period.

“Despite the challenges faced by publishers during 2020 with periods of lockdown forcing many non-essential businesses from which magazines are sold to close, there are still many magazines with large average issue print readerships including five magazines with a print readership of over 1 million and nearly a dozen with average issue print readerships of 500,000+ Australians,” Levine said.

Roy Morgan calculates an ‘average issue readership’ estimates over a 12-month period, which represents the number (or percentage) of Australians who read an average print issue of each publication. This provides an estimate of ‘reach’ that an advertiser can expect to receive when choosing to market their product or services within the magazine.

Newsstand magazines that increased their average issue readership over the last year include:

The five most widely read magazine categories are:

  • Food and Entertainment (6,230,000 Australians, 29.6 per cent of the population);
  • General Interest (3,402,000 Australians, 16.1 per cent of the population);
  • Home and Garden (3,066,000 Australians, 14.6 per cent of the population);
  • Mass Women’s (2,676,000 Australians, 12.7 per cent of the population);
  • Business, Financial and Airline (943,000 Australians, 4.5 per cent of the population).

The most widely read free magazines for the December 2019-2020 period were Coles Magazine (produced by Medium Rare Content Agency), Woolworths’ Fresh (produced by NewsLifeMedia), and Bunnings Magazine  (also produced by Medium Rare). Bunnings Magazine readership has increased by 6.9 per cent over the year, which Roy Morgan said makes “the hardware retailer’s magazine one of only five with an average issue print readership of more than 1 million Australians”.

Roy Morgan’s full report on Australian magazine readership from December 2019 to December 2020 can be found here.

Roy Morgan 2020 magazine readership stats reflect COVID-19’s impact on titles

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