Welcome to the Alliance for Audited Media

The Alliance for Audited Media connects North America’s top advertisers, ad agencies, media companies and platform providers. Our members stand for trusted media analysis across all brand platforms — print, web, mobile, email and more — to make smart decisions. In turn, we deliver insightful, audited cross-media metrics that matter. It’s all about bringing trust and confidence to the new world of media.

AAM Blog

VIDEO: See an Overview of AAM’s Consumer Magazine Filing Tool

These brief tutorials provide a quick look at the tool’s functionality and highlight some of the information needed to file publisher’s statement data for consumer magazines.
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Filing Reminder: Important Information Regarding Single-Copy Sales

Here’s a recap of the required standards for circulation claims affected by the Source Interlink Distribution and Benjamin News closures.
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Summary of July 2014 AAM Board Actions

AAM board endorses AAM-ImServices post-merger digital strategy and implements series of governance changes to speed decisions and reduce costs.
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Industry Scoop

IAB weighs in on the MRC video viewability standard, WSJ highlights new ANA initiative to address ad fraud and Adweek looks at the issues surrounding viewability.
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File Quarterly Data

Highlight 360 degree views of your brand and provide added value to advertisers today. Discover more about reporting data for your many print and digital platforms here.  More>

Learn about AAM's Database

AAM’s Media Intelligence Center is the industry’s source for audited media data. Learn how to find an array of verified readership, circulation, subscriber demographics, and digital activity metrics for North America’s leading content providers. More >

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100 Years of Confidence & Counting 

AAM is celebrating a century of providing transparency and trust to the media industry. AAM’s new centennial microsite looks back at the industry’s progress since 1914 and explores why the leading minds in media are counting on AAM for the next 100 years. 

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