|Monthly Uniques||8.2M US||12.7M Global|
|Monthly Uniques||3.1M US||4.5M Global|
If pop culture doesn't fall under your radar, then perhaps you should keep up with Radar Online. Formerly Radar Media, the company first published the pop culture/gossip magazine Radar in 2003, then subsequently suspended the publication until it gained additional investors. In 2004 investors Mortimer Zuckerman and Jeffrey Epstein backed the company, which re-launched Radar in 2005. After only three issues Zuckerman and Epstein pulled the plug on the magazine citing poor ad sales. Hoping the third time's a charm, the magazine returned yet again in 2007. The follwing year, the print version of Radar folded, and American Media purchased the magazine's Web site, RadarOnline.com. A relaunch is planned for 2009. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 4.5 million monthly people, of which 3.1 million (68%) are in the U.S.The typical visitor reads etonline.com, watches Bravo, and visits fark.com.