The Financial Times aims to provide FT journalism to readers and subscribers across any format and device they like, including print and digital, mobile and other hand-held devices. Figures reported today show that the FT continues to attract a bigger audience and more paying customers for its content across all of these channels.

The FT now has 206,892 paying digital subscribers, up 71% year on year. Combined paid print and digital circulation figures are at 597,015, up 3% on the last quarter (Deloitte assured, 2 October 2010 to 4 January 2011).

The FT has a combined print and online average daily readership of 1.9 million people worldwide (ADGA, PwC assured, May 2010) and the newspaper has a daily circulation of 390,121 as reported in today’s ABC figures for December 2010.

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