NEWS

Redan’s Fun To Learn magazines maintain chart positions

Published on: 14th February 2014

Redan’s flagship titles have maintained their previous top spots, with number-one title FTL Peppa Pig magazine taking the top spot for the sixth consecutive reporting period.RedanPeppa300

Entertainment One’s pre-school favourite seems to be unstoppable, with an average sale of 98,922 copies, an increase of 14% year on year. Redan’s ever-green, multi-character title FTL Friends holds second place with an average sale of 69,968, whilst FTL Peppa Pig Bag-O-Fun makes an impressive debut in third place, with an average sale of 68,507 copies per issue.

There was also good news for Redan’s girls’ title Sparkle World, which saw a period on period increase of 3% reporting an average sale of 44, 815, making it the most popular multi-character title in the primary girls sector.

Julie Jones, joint managing director, said: “We are delighted be able to report such a healthy increase in sales, with FTL Peppa Pig Magazine hitting an all time high. We are proud to remain the leading experts in the pre-school area, by offering fantastic exposure for licensed characters, along with the best value for money and top-class editorial design, giving readers and their parents exactly what they want in this highly competitive market.

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