Audit Bureau of Circulations


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Audit Bureau of Circulations

1. A non-profit organization that monitors newspapers, magazines and other media that sell advertising space. It researches the audiences, readership and other information on non-traditional media in North America. Advertisers provide funding for the Bureau because they use this information in making business decisions. It was established in 1914.

2. A non-profit organization that provides much the same service for British and Irish traditional media. It was established in 1931.
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June 5 /PRNewswire/ -- In response to demand from the advertising community and its membership, the Audit Bureau of Circulations announces today a new service that provides independent third-party auditing of Web sites to industry-developed standards.
A proposed change in Audit Bureau of Circulations regulations may assist in expanding newspaper circulation, newspaper and advertising executives say -- but the market data behind it may be hard to get.
com , or Heidi Chen, +1-847-879-8432, both of Audit Bureau of Circulations
He has served on many civic and industry boards, including Grinnell College, Drake University, Walker Art Center, Des Moines Art Center, The Menninger Foundation, the Newspaper Advertising Bureau and Audit Bureau of Circulations.
Thanks to Nancy and her circulation marketing committee, our publishers and circulation managers are well armed with diversified sales and retention programs, strong measurements and controls, and a huge array of shared best practices, as evidenced by our good showing over the last three years in Audit Bureau of Circulations Fas-Fax reports," she said.
Market Arts Web Facts is a software company that works with the Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC), the entity that verifies print media circulation, to independently track Web site traffic.
Those numbers are from the latest six-month period as measured by the Audit Bureau of Circulations.
8 /PRNewswire/ -- As the digital publishing market continues to grow, five organizations involved in developing mobile applications and e-reading devices recently joined the Audit Bureau of Circulations.
Our October sale was 38,497 a day HIGHER than the figure for the same month in 1997, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulations.
Source: Audit Bureau of Circulations 2011 Consolidated Media Report.
According to the Audit Bureau of Circulations, Newsweek and Time saw a jump of 80 percent in their newsstand sales in the second half of 2001, when compared to the figures of a year earlier.
2 percent growth for the six months ending March 31, the Audit Bureau of Circulations said earlier this month.

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