CNN International, BBC World, CNBC, Bloomberg, Euronews and Sky News have all enjoyed increases.
Meanwhile, Eurosport, the biggest pan-European network, has suffered a 1.7 per cent decline.
National Geographic, Discovery and MTV Europe have enjoyed a slight increment in daily viewing of between 0.2 per cent and 0.3 per cent.
National Geographic's print version enjoyed one of the biggest rises in terms of average issue readership: 0.9 per cent. Meanwhile, Time and USA Today have slightly increased their average issue readership, according to the survey conducted by the Amsterdam-based Interview NSS.
The Economist, International Herald Tribune, Businessweek and Le Point have more or less held steady, while the Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal Europe, Newsweek and Reader's Digest were hit by tiny declines in average issue readership.
Peter Masson, the technical consultant at Bucknull & Masson, the company that designed the survey seven years ago, said: "This year's EMS demonstrates the stability of the press in the face of the internet challenge as they are not losing share. As for TV, the news channels have grown and I think that was the effect of 11 September. That gave them a boost, but the channels have managed to maintain it and viewers are using the international channels as well as their domestic ones."
The growth of in-flight magazines also characterised this year's survey, with Lufthansa Magazine, Holland Herald (KLM's title), Scanorama and SAS Magasinet Norge all showing increases.
However, both British Airways' titles, Business Life and High Life, were down on last year.
Masson urged caution with the growth of the in-flight sector, attributing it to the inclusion of more titles such as Virgin's title, Red Hot, and British Midland's title, Voyager.
He said: "Growth has come from the smaller airlines, which reflects what is happening in the sector itself."
AVERAGE DAILY VIEWING INTERNATIONAL CHANNELS (probability)
Channel Average daily viewing (000s)
BBC World 510 673
Bloomberg TV 517 735
CNBC 509 535
CNN International 1,678 2,333
Discovery 1,674 1,777
Euronews 1,502 1,641
Eurosport 4,698 4,022
MTV Europe 2,001 2,158
National Geographic Channel 848 976
Sky News 1,458 1,642
AVERAGE ISSUE READERSHIP INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATIONS (probability)
Title Average issue readership (000s)
Financial Times (daily) 894 798
IHT (daily) 159 145
USA Today (daily) 97 117
The Wall Street Journal Europe (daily) 166 114
Businessweek (weekly) 314 334
The Economist (weekly) 772 772
Newsweek( weekly) 668 654
Time (weekly) 1,171 1,208
National Geographic (monthly) 4,492 4,884
Reader's Digest (monthly) 3,482 3,404
Source: EMS 2001/2002 data supplied by SESAME/Bucknull & Masson.
Note: Total Universe 2000: 40.023 million,Total Universe 2001: