Worldata takes management of Wenner Media master file

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Worldata is the exclusive list manager of Wenner Media, publisher of Rolling Stone, Us Weekly and Men's Journal magazines.

The Wenner Media lists will be available Jan. 1. The Wenner Media Master file contains more than 2,148,900 subscribers and costs $95/M.

Rolling Stone subscribers consist of professionals, students and music enthusiasts who are passionate about music. These individuals are young, have strong buying power and are eager to experience the world. They read the magazine to be entertained, informed, inspired and, most of all, to rock 'n' roll with the latest in the music industry.

The Rolling Stone list has more than 1,019,700 subscribers and costs $100/M, according to Worldata, Boca Raton, FL.

Us Weekly subscribers are young, college educated, culture-driven, intelligent women. These loyal readers have already achieved a level of success themselves and they use their disposable income to purchase products and services to enhance their lifestyles. These affluent subscribers are fashion conscious and they pay close attention to Us Weekly as a guide for making purchasing decisions.

The Us Weekly list consists of more than 773,700 subscribers and costs $100/M.

Men's Journal readers are adventurous, affluent, health-conscious men. They are tech-savvy, on-the-go individuals who seek to spend every minute enjoying life. They look to Men's Journal to receive the latest information on fitness, health, style, sports, entertainment, technology, travel and adventure.

The Men's Journal list has more than 455,000 subscribers and costs $100/M.

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