Numismatic News provides weekly reports on market trends and news concerning collectible U.S. coins and paper money, the source for collectors since 1952.
Coin Market, a comprehensive U.S. coin retail price guide, appears in the first issue of each month. Popular columns include Coin Clinic, Class of ’63, Making the Grade, Facts about Fakes, On the Scene and Item of the Week.
Editor David C. Harper brings more than 40 years of hobby know-how and perspective to the pages of Numismatic News and pens a weekly column.
Active Interest Media Brands
Each of our award-winning equine magazines, along with its online version, presents unique, innovative articles written to meet the needs of its target audience. Combined with our websites, we attract and retain network subscribers and users who are serious equine enthusiasts and industry professionals, and who have both the resources and commitment to provide the best for their horse-related pursuits and upscale lifestyles.
AIM’s Home Group, is the leading producer of magazines, shows, and websites in two unique specialty markets—log and timber homes, and old-house restoration and renovation.
Through publications, online communities, and shows and seminars, hundreds of thousands of interested homeowners and home buyers find opportunities to realize their home dreams and enjoy the lifestyle. Whether they appreciate a warm, cozy log home, a timeless yet contemporary timber home, or a beautifully restored and decorated old home, these owners and enthusiasts are dedicated, avid readers.
The Marine Group is the preeminent source of travel, technique, and product content for boating enthusiasts. Iconic brands such as Yachts International, PassageMaker, Soundings, Soundings Trade Only, SAIL, Power & Motoryacht, and Woodshop News help a broad audience of affluent enthusiasts enjoy their time on the water. Our newest brand, Anglers Journal, has a rapidly growing fan base and even has its own fishing show launched in 2016 on the Discovery Network.
Active Interest Media Events
The World Series of Team Roping, started in 2006 as a recreational diversion for cowboys during the National Finals of Rodeo, has exploded into the richest team roping event in the world, and the second richest equine event in the world. The World Series Finale in 2014 and 2015 paid out over $10,000,000 in cash.