Computerworld readership surges, comments go live

Computerworld claims largest magazine readership increase in 2009

Computerworld's readership rose from 36,000 to 49,000 in 2009 according to the latest Nielsen Media readership research, released late last week.

That 36 percent increase was the largest recorded by any magazine in the Nielsen survey of magazine readership in 2009. Online, Computerworld's domestic traffic (unique browsers), increased 21 percent in 2009.

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