ClientLogic Gets 11 American Media Lists

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ClientLogic Specialists Marketing Services, Weehawken, NJ, announced its appointment May 2 as list manager for 11 publishing files from American Media Inc.


The Star is a celebrity gossip publication with 228,500 active subscribers. The file is 80 percent female with a median age of 50 and annual household income of $39,000.


The National Enquirer is a weekly tabloid with 325,900 active subscribers. The file is 80 percent female with a median age of 50 and annual household income of $43,500.


The Globe is a celebrity gossip magazine with 42,400 active subscribers. The file is 56 percent female with a median age of 41 and annual household income of $43,000.


The National Examiner is a weekly publication with 17,100 active subscribers. The file is 60 percent female with a median age of 41 and annual household income of $43,000.


The Sun is a weekly tabloid with 4,700 active subscribers. The file is 52 percent female with a median age of 41 and annual household income of $43,000.


Mira! is a Spanish-language entertainment magazine with 12,900 active subscribers. The file is 77 percent female with a median age of 32 and annual household income of $36,000.


Weekly World News is a tabloid with 15,000 active subscribers. The file is 43 percent female with an annual household income of $27,000.


Country Weekly is a country music magazine with 176,800 active subscribers. The file is 67 percent female with a median age of 42 and annual household income of $40,000.


Country Music is a magazine with 247,600 active subscribers. The file is 60 percent female with a median age of 46 and annual household income of $39,000.


Entertainment News Masterfile contains 514,100 active subscribers to The Star, The National Enquirer, The Globe and National Examiner. The file is 74 percent female with a median age of 47 and annual household income of $42,000.


Country News Masterfile contains 400,000 active subscribers to Country Weekly and Country Music. The file is 60 percent female with a median age of 46 and annual household income of $37,000.


All of the files have base prices of $85/M.


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