Magazines Canada is both a direct and mass-market distributor.
Depending on your account, your title may be distributed by either or both of these systems.
For a monthly or bi-monthly publication, one to three months ahead is sufficient.
If you know a certain issue is often late or depends on funding to come through each year, make sure the issue before that one doesn’t come out too many months in advance.
Here are some tips publishers can use to get the most out of selling on the newsstand and avoid premature returns.
Date Your Issues Carefully Particularly relevant for magazines that do not publish frequently, paying close attention to the wording of your issue dates will avoid stale-dating.
Consult this handy guide to learn common distribution terms.
AAM is an acronym for the Alliance for Audited Media (previously ABC), a US-based circulation audit service with offices in Toronto.