See the Latest Update to Q2 Newspaper Data in the Media Intelligence Center

More than 50 news media properties are using AAM Brand View to gain visibility for their AAM data.
Kevin Rehberg, Director of Client Development
July 31, 2017

The next time you log into the Media Intelligence Center and click on a publisher’s title, you may notice something a little different. More than 100 newspaper, magazine, farm and b2b publishers—and counting—now present their full story in a new interface called “AAM Brand View.”

The Tennessean AAM Brand View

AAM Brand View is a free dynamic interface that publishers can use to show their media portfolio to the media buyers who discover their data in the Media Intelligence Center. These Brand View profiles may include new information about publishers such as audience reach, the markets they serve and metrics from their digital channels.

In July AAM opened Brand View to all U.S. and Canadian newspaper clients to align with Q2 newspaper data filing. Since then, more than 50 media properties have activated their Brand View profiles to  showcase their story to the advertisers who engage with newspaper data more than 2,100 times per week in the database. Plus with Brand View’s sharable, responsive functionality, publishers can easily show their AAM-verified print and digital metrics to local businesses who do not have access to the Media Intelligence Center.

What You Can Expect to See in the Media Intelligence Center

Below is a list of the more than 50 news media properties that have published their Brand View profiles within the Media Intelligence Center. Now when you click on a media listing in the database, you will see the tabs that the publisher has activated in Brand View. Here are two examples of profiles from The Kansas City Star and The Tennessean. A few other examples are linked in the chart as well. 


News Media CompanyStateCity
The Fresno BeeCAFresno
The Modesto BeeCAModesto
The Sacramento BeeCASacramento
The TribuneCASan Luis Obispo
The Washington PostDCWashington
Miami Herald/El Nuevo HeraldFLMiami
The TelegraphGAMacon
Idaho StatesmanIDBoise
Belleville News-DemocratILBelleville
The Wichita EagleKSWichita
Lexington Herald-LeaderKYLexington
Portland Press Herald, Maine Sunday TelegramMEPortland
The Enterprise, The Sunday EnterpriseMABrockton
Metrowest Daily NewsMAFramingham
Milford Daily NewsMAMilford
The Patriot LedgerMAQuincy
Taunton Daily GazetteMATaunton
The Sun HeraldMSGulfport
The Kansas City StarMOKansas City
The Charlotte ObserverNCCharlotte
The News & ObserverNCRaleigh
Altoona MirrorPAAltoona
The Tribune-DemocratPAJohnstown
Centre Daily TimesPAState College
The Daily ItemPASunbury
The Beaufort GazetteSCBeaufort
The StateSCColumbia
The Island PacketSCHilton Head Island
The Sun NewsSCMyrtle Beach
The HeraldSCRock Hill
The TennesseanTNNashville
Fort Worth Star-TelegramTXFort Worth
The Bellingham HeraldWABellingham
The OlympianWAOlympia
Tri-City HeraldWAKennewick
The News TribuneWATacoma
Vida En El ValleCAFresno
Chowchilla NewsCAChowchilla
Los Banos EnterpriseCALos Banos
Sierra StarCAOakhurst
Lodi News-SentinelCALodi
The Greeley TribuneCOGreeley
22nd Century MediaILOrland Park
Bay State BannerMADorchester Ctr.
CBA Distribution Network - New JerseyNJEdison
CBA Distribution Network - BrooklynNYBrooklyn
CBA Distribution Network - Staten IslandNYStaten Island
Main Line TimesPALansdale
Main Line Suburban LifePALansdale
Montgomery NewspapersPALansdale
The Greeley TribuneCOGreeley
22nd Century Media ILOrland Park
Bay State Banner MADorchester Ctr.


For publishers who have not yet activated their free Overview, Print Distribution and Learn More tabs, you will continue to see their PDF statements and reports. All publishers are encouraged to contact AAM to get started on their Brand View profile. AAM will continue to work on enhancements and share best practices from publishers and buyers who are successfully using the interface to discover, plan and sell media.