American Media

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American Media

legal form Inc.
founding 1936
Seat Boca Raton , United States
management David J. Pecker ( Chairman , President, CEO )
Number of employees 590 (2014)
sales 344.2 million US dollars (2014)
Branch Media, publishing

American Media ( AMI ) is a US company based in New York City .

American Media is a publisher and publisher of numerous magazines, particularly in the tabloids , sports, bodybuilding, and fitness. American Media has a subsidiary called Distribution Services . American Media has been owned by the hedge funds Chatham Asset Management and Omega Charitable Partnership since 2014. David J. Pecker is a longtime friend and former Donald Trump attorney .

In June 2018, the Bauer Media Group sold the American editions of its celebrity magazines (including inTouch , Life & Style , Closer ) to AMI.

In December 2018, AMI reached an agreement that brought the SDNY prosecutors to a standstill against the admission that AMI paid Karen McDougal primarily to buy her silence and influence the outcome of the presidential election.

Publisher's magazines

  • The National Enquirer
  • star
  • Globe
  • Sun
  • Country Weekly
  • ¡Mira! (Spanish magazine)
  • Muscle & Fitness
  • Muscle & Fitness Hers
  • Natural health
  • Mr. Olympia
  • Shape
  • Men's fitness
  • Flex
  • Looking good
  • Fit pregnancy
  • Radar Online (discontinued in 2008)

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. a b American Media 2014 , Form 10-K report
  2. American Media, Inc. Acquires Celebrity And Kids Group Titles From Bauer Media USA (June 15, 2018)