ALC Gains Thomson Publishing Files

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American List Counsel, Princeton, NJ, announced its management of several new publication postal and e-mail files from Thomson Media.


Though ALC already managed more than 50 Thomson Media list properties, the publisher recently acquired the following trade publications and awarded list management duties to ALC:


· DM Review with 76,800 postal subscribers at a base price of $205/M and 57,400 e-mail registrants at $350/M.


· Electronic Commerce World with 63,300 postal subscribers at a base price of $120/M and 35,900 e-mail registrants at $350/M.


· Employee Benefit News with 50,700 postal subscribers at a base price of $160/M.


· Financial Planning Magazine with 69,700 postal subscribers at a base price of $160/M.


· Journal of Business Strategy with 1,500 postal subscribers at a price of $750 flat.


· Health Data Management with 47,000 postal subscribers at a base price of $165/M and 26,600 e-mail registrants at $350/M.


· On Wall Street with 74,200 postal subscribers at a base price of $160/M.


· Security Industry News with 7,700 postal subscribers at a base price of $140/M.


· Technology in Practice with 35,000 postal subscribers at a base price of $120/M.


· In addition, Thomson restructured its data into mailer-friendly databases such as:


· Thomson Media Masterfile with 647,000 subscribers.


· Thomson Media Senior Management with 286,200 subscribers.


· Thomson Media IT Management/Tech with 68,100 subscribers.


· Thomson Media Sales & Marketing Management with 39,200 subscribers.


· Thomson Media Financial Management with 48,000 subscribers.


· Thomson Media Financial Services with 129,200 subscribers.


· Thomson Media High Income with 153,200 subscribers.


· Other Thomson list properties managed by ALC include US Banker, Medical Economics, WG&L and the American Health Consultants newsletters.


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