Digital edition circulation for the UK’s most popular titles, including Empire, GQ, Vanity Fair, BBC Good Food and Men’s Health, all fell in the first half of the year, against both the same period last year and the previous six months to the end of December.
The Economist’s UK digital edition grew 42% period on period and 225.8% year on year to 70,953.
The biggest proportionate faller was 12th ranked Vanity Fair, which saw digital edition circulation fall 11.7% period on period and 15.6% year on year to 6,817 a month.
The continental Europe digital edition surged 29% period on period and 52% year on year to 34,101.
Asia-Pacific edition rose 25.8% period on period and 77% year on year to 39,399.