American Military News Reaches 150 Million Lifetime Readers


FALLS CHURCH, Va., July 28, 2021 / PRNewswire / – American Military News (AMN) today announced that it has hit a milestone of 150 million lifetime readers in the second quarter of 2021, just one year after reaching 100 million readers since its launch in 2015. The growth is attributed to the expansion of distribution. channels, strategic marketing and acquisitions, as well as a stable readership in the US and international markets.

Ninety-three percent (93%) of readers are from countries of the “five eyes” for global security, with 88% in the United States and the rest across Australia, Canada, India, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. Readership in the United States grew 36% year-over-year, while international markets saw average readership growth of 49% year-over-year.

“With the world accelerating into a new era of hyper-conflict, our growing readership clearly shows the American public’s appetite to stay tuned to the daily challenges and opportunities facing the United States military and the United States. national security, ”said Kellen giuda, Founder and CEO of American Military News. “We look forward to continuing our mission of reporting on geopolitical issues, national security implications, and homeland events that our readers want to know.”

American Military News is rated 100 out of 100 by media watchdog NewsGuard and “least biased” by Media Bias / Fact Check.

American Military News was founded in 2015 by Kellen giuda with the mission of reporting to the American public on matters relating to the United States military, world foreign affairs, current affairs and cultural matters. AMN has become one of the most important military and foreign news media in the United States, reporting exclusive stories on issues across the U.S. government including the Department of Defense, National Security Council, White House, Congress, CDC, DHS as well as initiatives from companies such as Microsoft , Walmart, Lowe’s, General Mills, Can-Am and Wargaming. AMN has reported on the work of charities including the Wounded Warrior Project, Wreaths Across America, National WWI Museum, Charity Navigator and more.

In addition to reporting daily news, AMN has expanded into e-commerce and an online learning vertical that will soon be launched.

Giuda previously owned and operated a management consulting firm with offices in New York City and Washington DC, was director of the national coalitions for the presidential campaign of the former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich, and before that he was an architectural project manager in an architectural firm in the lower Manhattan, NYC.

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