Andrews McMeel Universal

Andrews McMeel Universal

Andrews McMeel Universal was founded in 1970 by Notre Dame alumni Jim Andrews and John McMeel as Universal Press Syndicate and was renamed to AMU to reflect the diversification that had taken place in the meantime in 1997. It now has the following subdivisions:
* Universal Press Syndicate []
* Andrews McMeel Publishing, LLC []
* uclick []
* AMUSE []

External links

* homepage
* STOP THE PRESSES - US Business Review

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