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CEO Perspectives

Nine publishing leaders reveal their new strategies for the year ahead.



By FOLIO: Staff
12/17/2012

Once again, we’re at another distinctive threshold for magazine media companies. The year 2012 for many was a chance to finally put some capital to work and look forward to some real traction on strategies that were shelved as cost management hogged the front seat for a while. In more than a few of the cases collected here, publishing leaders are describing very different companies that are emerging from these new strategies. Some are focused on new, comprehensive ways to better connect buyers and sellers and others are citing major changes in audience behavior as an impetus for change. Either way, next year is looking like the year publishers see how their repositionings take hold.

 

Rachelle Considine
COO, Future US

John French
CEO, Cygnus Business Media

Peter Goldstone
CEO, Hanley Wood

Arianna Huffington
President and editor-in-chief, Huffington Post Media Group

Dave J. Iannone
CEO, Go>Forward Media

Knight Kiplinger
Editor-in-Chief and CEO, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance and Kiplinger.com

Vincent LoVoi
Founder, Publisher, This Land Press

Marion Minor
President & CEO, M2MEDIA360

Steve Weitzner
CEO, Summit Business Media

By FOLIO: Staff
12/17/2012







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