Doctor Who Magazine has increased its circulation according to figures released by the Audit Bureau of Circulations.

In the period July to December 2015 the magazine had an official certified circulation of 26,514 copies, up from 25,663 in the previous six month period. The figure is good news for the magazine which has arrested a steady decline in circulation since the peak of 36,000 in the second half of 2013.

Tom Spilsbury, Editor of Doctor Who Magazine, said:

Doctor Who Magazine’s new ABC figure is 26,514 – up 3% from the previous figure released six months ago, which covered the first half of 2015. Overall – mirroring the TV series’ UK ratings – DWM’s 2015 numbers were down a little on 2014, but our figures are still extremely healthy, maintaining a good lead over our nearest competitor, SFX, which posted a 2015 average circulation of 22,224. So we’re pretty happy.

Doctor Who Adventures has a certified circulation of 17,710, down slightly from 20,506 in the previous six months. The magazine was transferred to Panini during the first part of 2015.

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