Integral. Collaborative. Dedicated. Diligent.
At the Alliance for Audited Media, our employees are a reflection of the standards our organization upholds. In return, we try to take good care of those employed with AAM. We are a not-for-profit organization consisting of three main membership groups: publishers, advertisers and advertising agencies. Founded in 1914 as the Audit Bureau of Circulations, our organization was created to provide reliable circulation data to advertisers and ad agencies. In 2012 we rebranded as the Alliance for Audited Media to better reflect our position in the changing media landscape.
Today’s media companies reach audiences through multiple platforms and devices. In turn, media buyers have more options, but they need to understand reliable data behind each of these channels. That’s where AAM comes in.
As media evolve, AAM continues to provide accountability and confidence to the industry.
With digital initiatives tailored to serve some of the most well-known media companies in the industry like The Wall Street Journal, Adobe, The New York Times, Cosmopolitan and National Geographic, AAM audits publishers’ tablet and mobile apps, e-readers, e-newsletters and websites, and in turn provides credible multiplatform data to advertisers and advertising agencies.
Our rich heritage sets us apart as a trusted resource. Our evolving services and committed community continue to make us a place of progress.
When we rebranded in fall 2012, we announced eight AAMbitions to guide AAM and our employees in the new age of media. Learn more about our AAMbitions.
Please take a moment to explore the careers area of our site to:
- Discover our culture to find out what it’s like working for AAM.
- Take a look inside AAM to become familiar with who we are and what we do.
- Learn about AAM’s opportunities, including flexible scheduling and benefits.
- Browse through our open positions.
Welcome to the Alliance for Audited Media. We’re glad you’re here.
President and Managing Director