'New York' Magazine 3rd In Ad Pages For 2007

  • January 15, 2008
New York magazine advanced to third in the United States among all magazines in advertising pages in 2007, according to information released today by the Publishers Information Bureau.

The magazine showed particularly strong ad page gains in household furnishings (+276% over 2006), beer and wine and liquor (+307% and +112%, respectively), apparel and accessories (+100%), automotive (+39%), media (+35%), and air travel (+33%).

The weekly ran more ad pages in 2007 than almost every major magazine, including Forbes, Vogue, Time, Vanity Fair, Us Weekly and The New Yorker.

New York magazine posted 3,338.05 pages for the year--a 4.3% increase over the previous year's count of 3,200.75 when the magazine was ranked fifth among all U.S. titles. New York was in sixth place in 2005 and tenth place in 2004.

Since 2003, ad pages have grown by more than 35% at New York magazine.

--Nina M. Lentini



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