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National Enquirer EIC Dylan Howard Explains the Mag’s New Focus on Major News Stories Like ISIS

And discusses the impact of staff cuts on coverage

  Photo: Alfred Maskeroni  Specs Who Dylan Howard Age 32 New gig Editor in chief of the National Enquirer; editorial director of RadarOnline.com; and vp, news at AMI Old gig Editor in chief of Radar…

AMI Promotes Men's Fitness Publisher

Magazine scores advertisers like Mercedes, Grey Goose

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…

Shocker: 'OK!' and 'Life & Style' Both 'Pregnant & Betrayed'

A brief history of dueling covers

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…

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…

Struggling Soap Opera Titles Change Hands

American Media Inc. taking over magazines from Source Interlink

ABC’s decision to cancel the soap operas All My Children and One Life to Live is producing a ripple effect in the media. Source Interlink, the publisher of Soap Opera…

Shakeup at Star Magazine

Editor Candace Trunzo ousted, David Perel named as replacement

Candace Trunzo, the editor-in-chief of American Media Inc.’s Star magazine since 2007, was given the boot on Monday night. CEO David Pecker will replace her with Radar Online editor David…

Wife-standing-on-penis ad bothers Australia

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…

Aussie ad shames guys for problems in bed

It takes a lot to offend Australians, but targeting the premature ejaculators among them has done the trick. The country's Advertising Standards Bureau received several complaints about the Advanced Medical…

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