Maxim is an international men's magazine based in the UK. It is known for its revealing photographs of actresses, singers and models, that never appear completely naked. In the United States, Maxim has you become the second best-selling men's magazine Playboy-after, reporting a circulation of 2,517,450 copies in 2005.1 This is more of what they sell their competitors, GQ, Esquire and Details, combined . Maxim is currently using its name to commercialize other magazines and projects. Expansion  Due to its success in major markets, Maxim has expanded to many other countries, such as Argentina, India, Indonesia, Israel, Belgium, Romania, Czech Republic, France (marketed as "Maximal"), Germany, Bulgaria, Greece, Italy , Korea, Mexico, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Serbia, the Philippines, Singapore, Spain, Thailand, Ukraine and Portugal (marketed as "Maxmen"). A digital version of the magazine was launched in 2005 for mobile phones than twenty countries in Europe and Asia. In 1999 MaximOnline.com, exhibiting site content not included in the printed version was created. In it there are unique sections like the galleries "Girls of Maxim" and "The joke of the day". "Maxim video" shows music videos, interviews, photo shoots and original content. In January 2002, Dennis Publishing created a division of videos that are sold in stores and online, Dennis Media Group. In 2005, this division was disbanded and restructured to focus on the creation of multimedia content for the publishing area Dennis Digital. On February 5, 2005, Maxim launched its own radio channel, Maxim Radio, through Sirius Satellite Radio. On June 5, 2006, the magazine announced plans to build a casino in Las Vegas Strip, near the Circus Circus Las Vegas. Everything fell apart when a nearby condominium owners complained that the building would ruin your eyesight. The land was sold to MGM Mirage.2 On June 15, 2007, the business group Quadrangle Group announced the acquisition of the mother of Maxim, Blender, Stuff and MaximOnline.com company through its subsidiary Alpha Media Group, although Maxim would still published by Dennis Publishing in the UK until its closure in May 2009. 398 300
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