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Topic: American Media Inc.

Daily News, AMI Face Prolonged Displacement

Headquarters could be off limits for a full year

While most of the New York publishing world is back to business as usual after struggling during last week's Hurricane Sandy, tabloid publisher American Media Inc. could join the New York…

Richard Spencer Stays Put at AMI After Editorial Shake-up

James Heidenry named editor in chief of 'Star'

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…

AMI Ups 'Star' and RadarOnline Editor David Perel to EVP of Digital Media

Exec will oversee Web development across brands

American Media Inc. veteran David Perel has added a new title to his growing list of roles at the company, which currently includes evp and managing editor of RadarOnline.com and…

Soap Opera Declines Cause Fallout for Magazines

AMI folds 'Soap Opera Weekly' as category shrinks

The decline of daytime soaps has taken its toll on the publishing business. A year after taking control of the publication, American Media Inc. has folded Soap Opera Weekly. In…

Group Publisher Diane Newman Out at American Media

Group publisher oversaw 'Shape,' other fitness mags

Diane Newman, who had people buzzing over her weeks-long absence from tabloid and fitness publisher American Media, has now left the company. As group publishing director over Shape, Fit Pregnancy and…

AMI Slashing OK!'s Circulation

Move to help get celeb weekly in the black

David Pecker's American Media Inc. is jumping right on fixing newly acquired OK! Weekly’s weak circulation—by cutting it. Effective with the second half of 2011, AMI will whack OK!’s rate base…

AMI to Buy Celeb Weekly 'OK!'

First acquisition for company post-bankruptcy

American Media Inc.'s impending purchase of OK! has been a long time coming. Since the magazine launched in the U.S. five years ago, AMI chairman, CEO, and president David Pecker…

'National Enquirer,' 'Star' Parent AMI Rumored for Sale

Private equity firm Apollo said to be suitor

Word that celebrity and fitness magazine publisher American Media Inc. is for sale has been making the rounds in the banking community. A spokeswoman for AMI denied a New York Post…

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