ACP Magazines (formerly Australian Consolidated Press and before that Consolidated Press) was an Australian media company. Consolidated Press was formed in October 1936, combining ownership of The Daily Telegraph and Frank Packer's Australian Women's Weekly. Sir Frank Packer died on 1 May 1974, and his son Kerry took over the company, and with Kerry's death on 26 December 2005, Sir Frank's grandson James was left in charge. James had no passion for publishing and on 4 September 2012, it was announced that ACP Magazines was to be sold to Bauer Media Group with the sale completed on 1 October 2012. Bauer then ended the use of the ACP name.
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