The Reader's Digest Association named its fourth CEO since 2011 Tuesday as Bob Guth, the company's current top exec, announced his intention to step down in early April.Bonnie Kintzer will replace Guth as CEO, effective April 7.
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Familiar names topped the list of nominees for the City and Regional Magazine Association's national awards competition released Wednesday.Across 32 categories, Emmis Communications' Los Angeles, Texas Monthly, Atlanta, Cincinnati and Indianapolis Mo
It's a crowded space, but IDG Consumer & SMB is betting there are still underserved channels in personal tech media.
UBM has named its new CEO five months after current leader, David Levin, announced he would be stepping down.Tim Cobbold will assume Levin's role effective May 6.
The trade show industry closed 2013 on an upswing after a year of sustained, but marginal, growth.The business grew 3.0 percent in the fourth quarter and 1.0 percent for the year, according to the Center for Exhibition Industry Research.
Time Inc.'s All You is broadening its distribution, moving beyond the exclusive newsstand deal it had with retail giant, Walmart.The April issue of the smart-shopping magazine will be available at major retailers across the country, including Target, CVS, Walgreens and Barn
Time Inc. is partnering with major sports leagues including Major League Baseball and the National Hockey League on a video venture set to launch in the spring.The 24-hour network, 120 Sports, will offer quick-hit highlights and other sports programming on multiple platforms, but live games won't show up in the stream (nor are there any immediate plans to change that).
Upworthy announced plans to expand its editorial scope Wednesday, turning to its readers for ideas about where to go next.Speaking at a Social Media
UBM is restructuring its awards events business, putting some programs under the management of existing divisions, while eliminating others altogether.Events under the Awards & Partnerships group which are "closely aligned" with existing businesses will be manage
The Praetorian Group is adding to its footprint in the safety and security industry with the acquisition of Fire Chief from Penton Media—the company's third expansion since mid-2013.