For its January issue, Reed Business Information’s Graphic Arts Monthly partnered with InfoPrint Solutions Company to create and publish five covers tailored specifically to its subscribers’ preferences.
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The irony here is thick. F+W Media recently let go Emily Gordon as editor-in-chief of Print magazine. Now, the publisher is looking for a content director to replace her—someone it says will head content development strategy across media platforms,
The Atlantic’s Justin Smith has been promoted to president of Atlantic Media. Previously, Smith served as president of the company’s consumer media division. He will now also oversee the National Journal and Government Executive groups.
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After 15 years with Hachette Filipacchi Media U.S., John Driscoll, senior vice president and chief brand officer for Car and Driver and Road & Track, is no longer with the company. He announced his resignation to staff on Wednesday.
Trade publisher Penton Media has folded the print editions of American Machinist and Welding Design & Fabrication. The titles were published under Penton’s manufacturing and supply chain group.
The American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery is gearing up for the launch of its first print magazine: New You.
Reed Business Information Wednesday said it has ceased publication of three trade titles: Video Business, Manufacturing Business Technology and Industrial Distribution. The Web sites associated with these magazines also will be shut down.
The Woman of King—the reincarnation of shuttered King magazine—has named Sean A. Malcom editor-in-chief. Malcom previously served as King’s lifestyle editor.
Soon after it announced an agreement to sell eight of its trade media brands, including Billboard and The Hollywood Reporter, Nielsen Business Media said it was ceasing operations for newspaper industry title Editor & Publisher and book industry magazine Kirkus Reviews. Now, it seems that Kirkus Reviews might be poised for a comeback.