Barron’s set an all-time audience record in April
Financial publication Barron’s broke its all-time record by amassing a total digital and print audience of more than 10 million print and digital users in April, according to a report Wednesday from parent company News Corp.
Barron’s subscriber base also grew over 20 percent year-over-year in the first three months of calendar 2019 and is now approaching 600,000 subscribers.
In addition, The Wall Street Journal reached a record 2.6 million total paid subscribers, including nearly 1.8 million paid, digital-only subscribers in the first three months of calendar 2019.
“News Corp. mastheads continue to break paid audience records as millions more readers seek trusted news and analysis, in print and digital,” said News Corp. CEO Robert Thomson in a statement. “The growth means more revenue and profits for our company and investors, and supports the high quality journalism that enhances the public interest each and every day.”
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