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FT Explains How It Reached Digital Milestone

Herein, the relevant statistics of John Ridding's "growth story": the FT's combined paid-for print and digital circulation during the three months up to June this year was 598,698, up 2% year on year (and, incidentally, the largest daily audience in the FT's 124-year history). Breaking that down, the average global print circulation was 297,227 compared to the digital circulation of 301,471. It meant that the number of digital subscribers increased by 31% in that April-June quarter compared to the same period in 2011.

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