The Praetorian Group has been expanding its public safety business rapidly since last year. Now, they're branching out to the larger local government space with the acquisition of EfficientGov.Terms weren't disclosed.
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A flood of press releases, tweets and congratulations hit the wires when big-name franchise lists come out every year, but the features live on after the issue leaves newsstands.Increasingly, dedicated verticals and events are being introduced to turn these franchises into year-round propositions.
Science magazine Discover had 69,000 Facebook likes at the beginning of 2013. Growing steadily, that audience had doubled by September. Then in October, it doubled again. November?
As print advertising revenue erodes for the consumer magazine industry as a whole, there are titles finding success catering to pockets of readers.
After being acquired by EBSCO's Grand View Media late last year, Moose River Media has turned to a familiar face for its new president.
It's not quite the Forbes 400 or SI's Swimsuit Edition, but Modern Farmer has its own franchise: the Ham Cam.
While publishers introduce new products and platforms at a breakneck pace, fulfillment companies are faced with either adapting legacy systems to meet the changing demands, or investing resources in creating solutions from scratch.Their universe is constantly expanding as new players with new technologies each have to be accommodated.
As the definition of what constitutes a media company evolves, the trends playing into that discussion get reflected in mergers and acquisitions. Popular, buzzy sectors get bolted on; underperformers get sent away, sometimes for pennies on the dollar.
ALM rolled out a redesign of flagship site Law.com last week, touting access to a broader range of content from other sites within its portfolio and an emphasis on user-generated content.The latter feature is result of a