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It’s been just over a year since AMI’s Men’s Fitness, formerly a collection of bodybuilding tips and ads for “health” supplements of questionable efficacy, was reborn as an upscale men’s lifestyle brand under the leadership of former Men&rsquo
With their regularly rotating casts of Teen Moms, Kardashians and Brangelinas, it’s not unusual for celebrity weeklies to have a bit of cover story overlap. But the latest issues of OK! Weekly and Life & Style are so nearly identical that they might have you doing a double take at the drugstore checkout.
Following weeks of speculation about OK! and Reality Weekly editor in chief Richard Spencer’s future at American Media Inc., the company is implementing a series of editorial shifts that keep Spencer at AMI, albeit in a new post.
ABC’s decision to cancel the soap operas All My Children and One Life to Live is producing a ripple effect in the me
Candace Trunzo, the editor-in-chief of American Media Inc.’s Star magazine since 2007, was given the boot on Monday night.
The most-complained-about Australian ad of the year? It's this erectile-dysfunction spot from the Advanced Medical Institute, showing a wife using her husband's erection as a step stool to get something […]