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www.vigorechicago.com •312.341.1190 • info@vigoremag.com Vigore (vee-gor-ray) is an Italian word meaning vigor or vitality.

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Mediums continue to proliferate. Attention spans continue to shrink. Free content is available everywhere.

93% of American adults still are attached to magazines. Young and old spend time with ink on paper, a medium often paid for in order to read.

Magazines are engaging. Reading a magazine remains a uniquely intimate and immersive experience. Magazine readership is increasing, with readers spending an average of 43 minutes per issue.

Those 43 minutes of attention are typically undivided. Among all media, digital or analog, magazine readers are less likely to engage in an-other activity while reading. The Internet is exhilarating.

Magazines are enveloping. The Internet grabs you. The Internet is impulsive. Magazines embrace you. And both media are growing.

Barely noticed amidst the Internet clamor is the simple fact that magazine readership has risen over the past five years. Even in the age of the Internet, even among the groups assumed to be most connected to digital media, the appeal of magazines is growing.

An established medium can continue to flourish so long as it offers a unique experience which magazines do. A new medium, such as the Internet doesn’t necessarily displace an existing one - magazines. Just as movies didn’t replace radio and TV didn’t replace movies.

People aren’t giving up reading magazines just because they also enjoy the internet. It has been proven, print drives people to the Internet.

Fact: During the time span of Google, magazine readership has increased 11 percent.

R EADERS & A DVERTISERS T AKE N OTE

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