U.S. periodical publishing - revenue distribution 2007

This statistic offers insights regarding the distribution of revenue among firms in the U.S. periodical publishing industry. In 2007, the eight largest firms accounted for a combined revenue of 16.28 billion U.S. dollars.

Revenue* distribution in the U.S. periodical publishing industry 2007 by firm size

Combined revenue in 1,000 U.S. dollars
4 largest firms12,262,108
8 largest firms16,278,891
20 largest firms22,396,338
50 largest firms28,911,533
All firms46,003,261
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Source

Release date

November 2010

Region

United States

Survey time period

2007

Supplementary notes

* Revenue (net of taxes) is defined as the revenue for goods produced, distributed, or services provided, including revenue earned from premiums, commissions and fees, rents, interest, dividends, and royalties. Receipts excludes all revenue collected for local, state, and federal taxes.

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