Less than a year after its most recent relaunch, Success magazine has folded for the third time in its more than 100-year history. VideoPlus, a Dallas-based marketing and communications company, announced today that it has acquired the rights to the magazine's title, trademarks and logos.
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As vertical digital networks continue to grow, and continue to connect millions of people with similar interests and opinions from all over the world, corporate leaders and business owners are still trying to determine the best way to make these virtual networks a part of their businesses.
Real estate developer and newsstand distributor AMREP Corp. has announced the reduction of 75 employees from its Kable Media subsidiary.
After years of maintaining two separate management systems for its editorial and online content, BusinessWeek magazine has unified its print and online operations by using SoftCare of Germany's K4 editorial workflow system.
Builder and Public CIO magazines were named Magazines of the Year at the American Society of Business Publication Editors' annual Azbee Awards of Excellence ceremony last Thursday in New York City. PCWorld.com was recognized also as Web Publication of the Year.
More than 80 percent of people who visit the Web sites of major monthly U.S. magazines say they don't subscribe or purchase the print edition, a recent survey conducted by Nielsen//NetRatings, a service of the Nielsen Company and Mediamark Research Inc., says.
Greenspun Media Group has appointed Daniel K. Aks as CEO and executive vice president. Aks will be responsible for profit and loss activities for the group's Las Vegas-based magazines and all operational aspects of the company, and will oversee online initiatives. Most recently, Aks served as senior vice president of operations for MTV Networks.
Rodale Increases Women's Health Rate Base to 1.1 Million Effective with the January/February 2008 issue, Women's Health magazine's rate base will jump nearly 30 percent from 850,000 to 1.1 million. It is the fourth increase since the magazine's launch in October 2005.
Even before it hit newsstands this week, the September (10th Anniversary) issue of XXL had raised eyebrows among professionals in the publishing industry. On the back cover, appearing in a Rocawear advertisement, is XXL editor-in-chief Elliott Wilson. His appearance in the ad, according to some in the industry, is a violation of the separation between editorial and advertising.
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