12 Changes Coming to News Media Audits and Reports [Infographic]

June 30, 2020

Review the highlights of the news media changes in this at-a-glance chart.

 

AAM recently announced several changes to news media audits and reports aimed to simplify rules, streamline reporting, reduce publisher recordkeeping requirements, and modernize the audits while still delivering valuable planning data to buyers.

In this infographic, we highlight 12 of the changes, giving you a quick current and future glance at how the initiative is impacting AAM audits and reports.

Read more detailed information by visiting our resources hub.

 

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