Statlistics wins management of multi-title list

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Studio Monthly, an AI publication
Studio Monthly, an AI publication

Statlistics has won exclusive list management duties for Access Intelligence (AI), a publisher of multiple b-to-b magazines and Web sites, effective May 1. AI's total file is around 910,697 names.

AI's publications include Aviation Maintenance, Avionics, Chemical Week, Communications Technology, Film & Video Magazine, Studio Monthly and Via Satellite. Almost all of them have both a mail file and an e-mail file. The company specializes in media for the aerospace, communications and chemical and energy industries.

“AI makes up many different magazines and newsletters, and they focus on the power and energy area, the aviation area, the cable area and the media area, which are huge cross-sell opportunities for us,” said Kayle Plotkin, VP of Statlistics. “We also represent Canon Communications files, the Advantage Bus Media files and the Pennwell files — all of which are in similar kinds of categories, so it's really a perfect fit."

Statlistics will continue to introduce new Access Intelligence segments and databases over the next few months as it works to grow the company's list market penetration.

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