ClearPier Audience Entertainment, Celebrity News, and Health & Fitness Audience Grows

Toronto, ON. – American Media, Inc. (AMI) partners with ClearPier, to exclusively represent AMI’s inventory in Canada. The new partnership adds high-profile publishers to ClearPier’s premium site-list including Men’s Fitness, Flex, OK! Canada, Star, National Enquirer, and Radar Online.

AMI’s Chief Digital Officer, Brian Kroski, expressed his excitement over the deal. Kroski stated, “American Media’s digital business has seen massive growth over the last few years, seeing record-breaking traffic numbers in the U.S. and internationally. We are excited to announce our partnership with ClearPier in Canada as a key step to better connecting our Canadian audience with advertisers.”

The news means immense growth for ClearPier’s audience reach across key verticals including celebrity news, entertainment, and health and fitness lifestyle in Canada. AMI’s digital properties reach an average of 50 million unique visitors and over 350 million page views monthly. AMI’s magazines have a combined total circulation of over 2.1 million and reach more than 37 million men and women each month.

“We’re very excited to be exclusively partnering with a pioneering publisher that has been producing quality content from print to digital for decades. Alongside AMI, ClearPier offers advertisers expansive reach to a loyal Canadian audience through our premium performance marketplace. With our access to exclusive audiences, advertisers will see the results they want.”

The announcement follows recent news of ClearPier landing SheKnows Media and Demand Media.

Media Contact
Jenny Duong
Marketing Manager

About American Media Inc.

AMI pioneered both the celebrity and health & fitness categories. During the 1960s, the National Enquirer was the first magazine to begin publishing celebrity news and gossip on a weekly basis. Weider Publications (acquired by AMI in 2003) launched the very first health & fitness magazine, Your Physique, in 1940.

American Media Inc.
Brian Kroski
Chief Digital Officer