American Media
American Media
Rechtsform
Gründung 1936
Sitz Boca Raton, Florida
Leitung Joe Weider, David J. Pecker (CEO)
Mitarbeiter 3.160 (Stand:2006)
Branche Medien, Verlagswesen
Website American Media

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American Media (AMI) ist ein US-amerikanisches Unternehmen mit Firmensitz in Boca Raton, Florida.

American Media ist im Verlagswesen tätig und gibt verschiedene Zeitschriften heraus. Insbesondere in den Bereichen Boulevard, Sport, Bodybuilding und Fitness besitzt das Unternehmen verschiedene Magazine. Gegründet wurde das Unternehmen 1936. Zu American Media gehört des Weiteren das Tochterunternehmen Distribution Services.

Zeitschriften des Verlags

  • The National Enquirer
  • Star
  • Globe
  • Sun
  • Country Weekly
  • ¡Mira! (spanisches Magazin)
  • Muscle & Fitness
  • Muscle & Fitness Hers
  • Natural Health
  • Mr. Olympia
  • Shape
  • Men's Fitness
  • Flex
  • Looking Good
  • Fit Pregnancy
  • Radar Online (2008 eingestellt)

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