The latest episode of DirtCast is live and this week we’re talking all about Us—not the fake NBC family that makes everyone cry, but the magazine that was just sold to David Pecker’s American Media (publishers of The National Enquirer and Radar Online) for $100 million. Read more...
American Media Inc. agreed to buy Us Weekly from Wenner Media LLC, adding to a stable of tabloids and celebrity gossip magazines that includes National Enquirer and Star. The deal is valued at $100... To view the full story, click the title link.
It has been announced that the publisher of Rolling Stone magazine is selling celebrity magazine Us Weekly to the owner of the National Enquirer tabloid.
Us Weekly has moved from one magazine group to another.
Don't be surprised if you start to see some much more flattering headlines about Donald Trump and his family on the cover of Us Weekly in the near future. The celeb news mag has been bought up by American Media Inc., whose Chairman and CEO David Packer is a big Donald Trump supporter! You may have noticed [...]
Just when it seemed that the White House was backing away from Trump's "wiretap" allegations, when evidence seemed non-existent, and spin doctors desperately claimed that Trump simply meant he was under electronic surveillance or being...Show More Summary
While it was reported yesterday that National Enquirer publisher American Media, Inc. (AMI) was closing in on a deal to purchase Wenner Media's Us Weekly, the organization's recent history of last-minute unravellings of deals to purchase the magazine, one of which involved AMI, required an ain't-over-till-it's-over attitude. It's over. AMI has announced a deal has...
American Media Inc. will reportedly pay $100 million to add a celebrity magazine and checkout-counter staple to a roster that also includes OK! and Star.
Us Weekly, the celebrity gossip rag known for iconic features like “25 Things You Don’t Know About Me” and “What’s In My Bag?” that’s somewhere in the bottom-center of the Approval Matrix, has reportedly been purchased by American Media (the owners of The National Enquirer and Radar Online) for $100 million after a… Read more...
Unless you're Sean Spicer, it might be time to unsubscribe from Us Weekly. The Trump-friendly National Enquirer publisher American Media is buying Us Weekly for $100 million, CNBC reported Wednesday afternoon. The tabloid had been up for sale and almost went to Tronc, the Chicago Tribune publisher. Show More Summary
He’s been called psychotic, narcissistic and dangerously unbalanced, but finally we have the ‘National Enquirer’ dig its notoriously sharp teeth into President Donald Trump this week with its revelatory cover story: “The Secret Psych...Show More Summary
If the National Enquirer seems to be short one salacious gossip article in its next edition, it will be because self-proclaimed warrior Nick Cannon’s valiant Instagram lashing scared the tabloid from publishing a salacious gossip article about him. According to Billboard, the Enquirer is allegedly planning to run a story ... More »
At last, the darkest scandals of the Trump family are revealed. "Melania and Ivanka Trump's private lives!" promises the cover of this week's 'National Enquirer' in a "special investigation." The standard 'Enquirer' exposé would digShow More Summary
Proving its popularity to readers and viewers alike, The National ENQUIRER‘s documentary series National ENQUIRER Investigates is returning for a second season, RadarOnline.com can reveal. On the heels of an… READ ON
American President in Twitter war with National Parks after public spat over size of inauguration crowd. It sounds like a headline from Private Eye or the National Enquirer. But like so much else in the World according to President Trump, it’s true. Or fact. Not alternative fact.
The 2016 campaign hadn't even begun when America's supermarket tabloids picked their guy. "New Poll: Donald Trump's The One!" the National Enquirer breathlessly announced in February 2015, long before the real estate developer was even a punchline in the political conversation. Show More Summary
NewsBusters executive editor Tim Graham appeared on the Fox Business program Risk & Reward on Wednesday night to discuss the “news” judgment of the liberal website BuzzFeed and how CNN presented their scoop, with a degree of separation. Show More Summary
In a possible merger that would be likely to create a “massive clash of cultures,” The New York Post is reporting that National Enquirer owner American Media Inc. has surfaced as a possible suitor for Time Inc., publisher ot Time,.....
Trump has gone out of his way to praise the National Enquirer, saying the tabloid "should be very respected. Evidently, the affection is mutual.
They busted 2,404 stories last year, which is almost a 60% increase over 2015's 1,504. 335 of those false stories belonged to the Enquirer.