Magazines show signs of stabalizing economy

In one small sign that advertising may be on the rebound, Men’s Journal has decided it will reinstate one of the two yearly issues that had been cut to save money. “The additional issue builds on Men’s Journal’s strong newsstand and ad page momentum,” Mediaweek says.

The magazine’s ad pages are up 12 percent for September over a year ago, and single copy sales grew by 24.7 percent in the first half of 2010.

People StyleWatch will also add an 11th issue this year and increase its base rate while Cosmopolitan increases it base rate as well.

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