NME scores new triumph

The World's Greatest Rock Weekly just keeps on growing

NME sales are up again thanks to an ever growning army of readers who turn to NME and NME.COM first for the best in new music and iconic rock writing and photography.

NME magazine’s edition now has an average weekly sale of 74,206. That marks our third year-on-year rise in a row – not bad for a title that’s been going since 1952!

Even more good news is that reader-loyalty is at a high, with subscriptions to NME up a massive 31%! More and more of you want to guarantee you never miss a copy and get a big saving at the same time. For the latest tasty NME subscription offers go to NME.COM/MAGAZINE.


Meanwhile NME.COM also continues to grow, with 1.6 million unique users recently racking up 19 million monthly page impressions.

Big thanks from all of us at NME and NME.COM to all of you for helping to make the NME the best music magazine and website in the world.


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