Breaking: AMI Replaces 'Enquirer' Editor, Sends Paper Back to Florida

And the next AMI shoe to drop: The National Enquirer is headed back to its old stomping grounds in Florida. Along with the move, it gets a new editor-in-chief as David Perel replaces Paul Field, who was imported from London a year ago. So much, it seems, for CEO David Pecker's year-old plan to consolidate all his pubs — tabloid and non-tabloid (less-tabloid?) — in a Manhattan headquarters. More TK from AMI this afternoon?

UPDATE: More, yes, from AMI this afternoon. They're also shuttering Shape En Espanol and MPH, a car title. Oh, and new Enquirer chief Perel is moving over from AMI sib Weekly World News. (Nat Ives covers it all in Ad Age.)

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