AMI EVP Bonnie Fuller Resigns
Tabloid veteran will stay on as Star editor-at-large, consultant.
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American Media Inc. today announced that executive vice president and chief editorial director Bonnie Fuller has resigned.
Fullerâ€™s resignation will be effective May 14. AMI has no plans to name a replacement, a spokesperson tells FOLIO:.
Fuller will remain at AMI as editor-at-large at Star magazine, and as a consultant to chairman and CEO David Pecker. The circumstances surrounding her resignation were not immediately clear. Fuller did not immediately return a phone call seeking comment.
â€śI am proud of the significant achievements of American Mediaâ€™s celebrity and fitness brands over the past five years, and I am now ready for a new adventure,â€ť Fuller said in a statement.
Fuller had served as AMIâ€™s executive vice president and chief editorial director since July 2003. Prior to joining AMI, Fuller served as editor-in-chief of Wenner Media's celebrity gossip magazine Us Weekly. There, Fuller helped redesign the magazineâ€”formerly called Us magazineâ€”and upped its frequency to weekly.
In addition to Star, and the National Enquirer tabloid, AMI publishes Menâ€™s Fitness, Natural Health and Shape magazines.