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The traditional way of keeping track of your TV viewing, is the weekly TV listings magazine, but which one to choose?

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  • Instead of trekking to the supermarket or newsagent for your TV listings magazine... get it delivered to your door through the post. Chances are, that'll save you money

    Make your TV time count with your complete guide to what's on. So much more than just a TV listings magazine, TV Week tells you what you should watch, and why — complete with authoritative features, interviews and TV tips you won't find anywhere else.

  • Well, let me just tell you why we're doing this first of all. Now, two of the guys in the office the other day were working on a new website, talking about TV listings, because it's one of the main areas that we get an awful lot of questions about coming into our sister site, Radio and Telly. Now, a lot of people are saying that I've got , what's the best magazine to get? - I've got , I've got Sky - what are the listings magazines? And there are about nine TV listings magazines out there. So they've got all of the magazines together, and I have a whole pile from October, so what have we got here? - we've got ... TV Quick, Radio Times, TV & Satellite Week, TV Guide, What's on TV, and TV Choice, and these range in price from £1.20 down to 40p, and they all carry a week's worth of TV listings.

    Instead of trekking to the supermarket or newsagent for your TV listings magazine... get it delivered to your door through the post. Chances are, that'll save you money

  • TV Listings magazine circulations for the period July-December 2012 are just in. The sector is selling an average of 4,380,822 copies a week – down -4.5% year on year. Bauer’s TV Choice, although down in circulation, still remains the number one title in the sector with a hefty 1,230,076 copies. Rival What’s on TV is close behind with 1,222,242 copies which sees it increases its sales marginally by 0.3% period on period.

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There's no need to buy a TV lists magazine if you're on the net. There's a host of TV listings services available for Freeview, Freesat, Sky, Virgin and BT Vision. We look at the main players.