Journal of Music Readership Increases by 40% in 2021

Journal of Music Readership Increases by 40% in 2021

Readership now at over three hundred and thirty thousand.

The Journal of Music has increased its readership by 40% in 2021. Over ninety thousand new readers visited the site, bringing the annual readership to over three hundred and thirty thousand, according to Google Analytics.

Along with the increased number of readers, the number of visits to the site and the number of page-views also increased by almost 30%.

The Journal of Music’s readership is growing internationally with 20% now in the USA and 16% in the UK.

Commenting on the figures, editor Toner Quinn said:

This has been a very difficult year for the music scene, particularly musicians, concert promoters and festivals. We appreciate the huge efforts they have made to keep the music playing, and we have endeavoured to support their work by reporting on what is happening, reviewing events and new releases, and providing a critical perspective during the pandemic. This readership growth will assist us in continuing this work and I would like to thank our readers for their engagement and feedback, our writers and staff, the Arts Council and all of our supporters.

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Published on 14 December 2021

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