Audit figures highlight growing success of Infrastructure

The industry is getting on board Infrastructure Magazine, Australia’s first magazine dedicated to the entire infrastructure supply chain across road, rail, airport, port, utilities and urban development, according to new figures released by the Audited Media Association of Australia (AMAA)

The AMAA’s latest circulation audit shows Infrastructure Magazine has a print circulation of 6,660 industry subscribers.

The audit takes in all reputable magazines in Australia and, covering a six month period, verifies that a publication is reaching its claimed audience.

Infrastructure’s subscribers include asset owners, top tier contractors, consulting engineers, and subcontractors and specialists, across road, rail, airport, port, utilities and urban development.

Infrastructure launched in November 2016 and has quickly gained a reputation for providing high quality content around infrastructure planning, delivery and finance from some of Australia’s best industry minds.

With only two issues under its belt, and a third about to be released, Infrastructure has already featured Federal Minister for Infrastructure Darren Chester; CEO of Infrastructure Australia, Philip Davies; Chairman of the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia, David Singleton; Managing Director of the Australian Logistic Council, Michael Kilgariff, and many more.

Editor Laura Harvey said it was important to her that as many members of the Australian infrastructure industry as possible were reading about the news, projects and features showcased in Infrastructure.

“Our aim is to present a variety of opinions on the most critical debates around infrastructure in Australia, while also celebrating the achievements of the industry.

“This audit circulation has shown that our high quality content is reaching the right people and we have received an overwhelmingly positive response from people who want to join in the conversation and find out what is happening in their sector.”

Advertisers have been cautioned to only advertise in magazines that are audited by the Audited Media Association of Australia to avoid getting caught in scams.

Many unaudited magazines have been found to have made inaccurate claims about their circulation, meaning advertisers do not get what they pay for. By only advertising in publications audited by the Audited Media Association of Australia, you can be certain you know what you’re getting.

Full details for all audited magazines can be found via the AAMA site, where anyone can register for free via the QuickFind service.

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