CAB data release period ending September 2015


CAB free and controlled print audit data for the reporting period-ending September 2015 is now available for through AMAA’s eData portal.


New titles this reporting period

Australian Medicine

Canberra Homemakers Catalogue

Canning Examiner


Create by Engineers Australia

Epoch Times (Victoria)

Galston, Glenorie & Hills Rural Community News

Hills to Hawksbury Living


Men's Muscle & Health

Monthly Chronicle

Neue Luxury

Newcastle Weekly

Northern Territory Rural Weekly

Oxygen Australia

Power Farming Magazine

Shopping 4 Baby

The Melbourne Jewish Report

Travel Bulletin

Unconventional Oil & Gas



Publications that have not reported, closed or resigned from membership

AMAA members registered for a CAB Total Distribution Audit which have not met their audit requirements are listed on the eData site under Figures Not Received.

Please click here to view figures not received. 


Audit certificates for publisher members

Publishers visiting eData will also be able to download the latest AMAA Audit Certificates for CAB Total Distribution Audits and Publisher Statements.

Simply click on the Audit Certificate link on the eData home page.


Logging in

To access eData please enter your username and password at the top of this screen.

Your email address acts as your username, and if you are unsure of your password, you can reset it by clicking on 'Forgotten Password'.

If you do not have a login or experience difficulties accessing the data, please contact


If you would like more information about data, or AMAA services more broadly please contact us.  

Date: 20 Nov 2015

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