1. The National Enquirer may before long have another proprietor
The newspaper’s parent organization, American Media Inc., said it will “investigate vital choices” for the National Enquirer and the National Examiner, including that this “will probably bring about their deal sooner rather than later.”
AMI President and CEO David Pecker said that the organization is centered around its youngster and dynamic way of life brands and different stages.
“As a result of this center, we feel the future open doors with the sensationalist newspapers can be best abused by an alternate possession,” Pecker said in an announcement Wednesday.
The New York Times announced Thursday that AMI may offer the Enquirer to tycoon financial specialist and Democratic benefactor Ron Burkle.
On Wednesday, The Washington Post announced that endeavors to sell came after the support investments supervisor who controls AMI through his store “progressed toward becoming ‘disturbed’ with the Enquirer’s revealing strategies.” The Enquirer has been blamed for blackmail and rehearsing “catch and kill” systems.