Consumer ABCs: Men's Lifestyle

16 Aug 2018  |  Scarlett O'Donoghue 
Consumer ABCs: Men's Lifestyle

No title in the men's lifestyle category was able to grow overall circulation figures in the first half of 2018.

That said, most declines were slight with the exception of Men's Health (which needs to work on its abs following a significant -16.9% decline period-on-period and a -16.4% decline year-on-year).

The title, published by Hearst-Rodale, has a circulation of 146,000 across print and digital.

Elsewhere, Shortlist - in top place thanks to its freebie distribution model - was stable across the first half of the year with a total circulation of almost 503,000.

Meanwhile, Conde Nast's GQ was down -4.3% PoP to 110,100, while Hearst's Esquire was down -3.5% to 60,500.

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