Adrea Rubin Boosts Subscriber File Offerings

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Adrea Rubin Management Inc., New York, took over management of the Country Music magazine file of more than 226,000 active subscribers.


The median age on the file is 41, and the average household income is $31,000 annually. The file is 63 percent female. Selections include geography, gender, recency and source. The base price is $85 per thousand.


With the addition of this file, ARM now manages all the American Media Inc. subscriber files, which include Auto World Weekly, Globe, National Enquirer, Star, Sun and Weekly World News.


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