|Headquarters||1400 E. Nolana Loop, McAllen, Texas 78504 United States|
|Jeremy L. Halbreich, chairman and CEO|
William R. "Rick" Starks, president and COO
In 2012, Freedom Communications began selling most of its newspaper portfolio. Former Dallas Morning News president and American Consolidated Media founder Jeremy Halbreich founded AIM Media in order to purchase the Texas newspapers from Freedom in a deal worth $70–80 million.
The newspapers included:
- The Monitor (McAllen)
- Valley Morning Star (Harlingen)
- Brownsville Herald (Brownsville)
- El Nuevo Heraldo (Brownsville)
- Odessa American (Odessa)
- Mid-Valley Town Crier (Weslaco) (semi-weekly)
- Coastal Current (South Padre/Port Isabel) (weekly)
- "AIM Media Texas, LLC acquires Texas newspapers". May 18, 2012. Retrieved June 25, 2013.
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- Cheryl Hall (July 28, 2012). "Jeremy Halbreich targets Rio Grande Valley with latest newspaper venture". Dallas Morning News. Retrieved June 25, 2013.
- Becky Yerak (July 30, 2012). "Canning, Mansueto invest in Texas newspaper group". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved June 25, 2013.