In common with other publishing sectors, most print magazines lost sales in the first half of this year.
But print sales are being offset in some cases by digital edition growth. And these figures do not include the contribution made to readership, advertising and subscription revenue by websites and apps.
Even just focusing on print, many titles continue to hold their ground (such as The Economist and Private Eye) or even grow their print sales (MoneyWeek, Women's Health and The Oldie for instance).
Here is a round-up of Press Gazette's coverage of the consumer magazine industry ABC figures for the first half of 2013: