From print publishers to pureplays, the magazine media community gathered at the Marriott Marquis in New York this week for MediaNext.
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New York—Print isn't dead for many of those honored at the Folio: 100 breakfast Wednesday morning at MediaNext."You need a very, very strong print product," said Rance Crain, president of b-to-b publisher Crain Comm
RR Donnelley, the Chicago-based printer and integrated communications provider, has agreed to acquire Consolidated Graphics, a general commercial printing company, for more than $600 million.Consolidated Graphics shareholders will receive $34.44 in cash and 1.651 shares of RR Donnelley for each outstanding share of Consolidated Graphics, or $62 per share based on RR Donnelley's closing share pr
OpenGate Capital, a global private buyout firm, splashed into media with the acquisition of TV Guide Magazine five years ago.
UBM posted marginal revenue gains through the third quarter after a slow first half to the year.
San Francisco-based Dwell Media, publisher of high-end modern design magazine Dwell, is doubling its office space and moving its creative team to New York City.The move is the final step in a gradual eastward migration f
Rodale has hired former Dow Jones executive, Scott Schulman, as its president—a role left vacant since Steven Pleshette Murphy stepped down as president and CEO in 2009.
Print still plays a role, but Hanley Wood has committed to a future based on digital media, data services and events.
Welcome to the 2013 FOLIO: 100, our annual and vastly expanded list of the magazine and media industry’s innovators, entrepreneurial thinkers and disrupters.
M&A activity for media continued to drag through the third quarter as wariness over market conditions hung over potential buyers.The $21.9 billion Publicis/Omnicom merger drove industry averages up considerably, but underlying deal value declined 23 percent year-over-year to $43