Audit Documentation and Submission

Getting Started

You filed your publisher’s statement and now it’s time for AAM to review and verify the claims on those statements. Let’s get started with classifying and submitting your audit.

Step 1: Audit Checklists and Data Descriptions

You have the option to review, save and print our helpful audit checklists. These lists reflect the data AAM needs to conduct your audit. It allows you to keep track of what you have prepared and submitted, as well as when your information was sent to AAM.

Detailed descriptions of the data listed in these checklists are also provided in order to help you better understand and prepare for your AAM audit. See the data descriptions links for each constituency.

Step 2: Submitting the Audit

The process of submitting an AAM audit varies for each constituency. Find out more about newspaper and magazine audit submission via hard copy or access QuickLink, our online audit submission center.


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AAM's New York Office is Moving


We are moving to a new New York office on Friday, July 24.

Our new address is:
28 West 44th Street, Suite 1011
New York, NY 10036

You can still reach the office at 212-867-8992, but to reach our New York team at their direct lines, please use:

  •          George Bartman: 212-271-0710
  •          Chris Carter: 212-271-0715
  •          Andrea Levy: 212-271-0717
  •          Danielle O’Connell: 212-271-0713

Thanks for your patience during the switch, and we hope to see you at the new place soon.