Jann Wenner Net Worth

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Jann Wenner net worth:
$700 Million

Jann Wenner net worth: Jann Wenner is an American publisher and entrepreneur who has a net worth of $700 million dollars. Jann Wenner was born in New York City, New York in January 1946. He Is the co-founder and publisher of Rolling Stone magazine and owns Men's Journal and US Weekly magazines. He was part of the Free Speech Movement and worked for Ramparts. He co-founded Rolling Stone in 1967 with Ralph J. Gleason. He backed writers Hunter S. Thompson, Joe Klein, and Cameron Crowe, and discovered photographer Annie Liebovitz. The magazine reached an all-time high circulation of 1.5 million copies in 2006 and published its 1000th episode that year. Wenner has conducted interviews with Bill Clinton, John Kerry, Al Gore, Barack Obama, and Bono of U2. He founded the magazine Outside in 1977 and purchased Us Weekly in 1986. He was a co-founder of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation in 1983. In 1969 he produced Boz Scagg's self-titled debut album. Wenner was awarded the Norman Mailer Prize for Lifetime Achievement in Magazine Publishing in 2010. He was formerly married to Jane Schindelheim and the couple had three children. Jane is still a vice president for Wenner Media. Jann is now involved with Matt Nye and they have three children.

Jann Wenner Net Worth

Jann Wenner

Film Producer
Date of Birth
Jan 7, 1946 (70 years old)
Profession
Film Producer, Actor, Television producer, Publisher
Nationality
United States of America
Nicknames
Jann S. Wenner, Jann Simon Wenner, Jann S Wenner
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