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readership

Chiefly Brit the office, position, or rank of university reader
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The latest National Readership Survey 2017 by Ipsos shows that Khaleej Times ' readership footprint has become bigger in the UAE, across all the emirates.
We were surprised by what was published in Khaleej Times on Thursday, especially as we are fully aware of the real readership numbers and the survey statistics by Ipsos Connect.
This fusion will produce figures for total readership that will include consumption of brands across all platforms (printed edition, pc / laptop, tablet, smartphone).
8220;We are extremely excited about our relationship with Destination Rewards and the launch of Readership Rewards,” stated Stephen Rudnicki, President of Cloud Marketing.
I've been working with youth and young adults for 15 years, and I know the low readership result doesn't mean that three generations are not interested in our communion.
The readership figures add up to more than 100 percent because many respondents read more than one newspaper.
In another key measure, however, the T&G's overall readership held steady while online readership continued to grow in the six months ended in March, said Mr.
Its Average Issue Readership ( AIR) now stands at 2.
While online readership boosted the bottom line in all markets, many of the 29 dailies in the largest markets also showed increases in print readership.
These were only three of the pan-full of golden nuggets in the latest Readership Institute's tracking study of print and on-line newspaper readership, which has been on-going since 2000.
Although the book has come out of experience with resource-limited health systems and settings, it seeks to illustrate commonalities across different cultures and socio-political and economic environments, and reinforces Shaw's observation that readership principles remain constant across multiple settings.
gt;15% of readers aged 12-20 years) and to assess the proportion of youths exposed to these advertisements, the Center on Alcohol Marketing and Youth (Health Policy Institute, Georgetown University, District of Columbia) evaluated the placement of alcohol advertisements in 143 national magazines for which readership composition data were available for 2001-2005; these 143 publications accounted for approximately 90% of expenditures for all alcohol advertising in national print magazines.