The sale of Entrepreneur Media may happen as soon as the middle of May, perhaps as early as the 8th, a source familiar with the company told FOLIO: this week.
Articles by Tony Silber
Two years ago, in January 2006, I wrote a story saying how legacy print media companies were at a disadvantage in the marketplace as media usage and media buying moved online.
Two of the major b-to-b news stories this week—the restructuring at Ziff Davis Enterprise and the massive downsizing at Nielsen Co.—have interesting back stories.
EXCLUSIVESkokie, Illinois-based Hallmark Data Systems, a circulation fulfillment provider, has been sold to EBSCO, the world’s largest full-service subscription agency. The deal closed yesterday, says Ray Miller, Hallmark’s chairman.The Jordan, Edmiston Group represented Hallmark in the deal.
Publishing in Southern California is tough and always has been, Steve Churm says. Churm, the president of Churm Media, a city and regional publisher based in Orange County, remembers a FOLIO: report from 14 years ago.
Glen Giles, the director of new–business development at Hallmark Data Systems and an influential figure in magazine circulation, was killed at his home earlier this week in an apparent homicide, police in Burbank, California, said.
Wholesalers and retailers that attempt to increase efficiency by reducing the numbers of titles they carry, especially the smaller ones, are fighting the wrong battle, a leading newsstand expert said this week.
A year apart, and in two different management regimes, two executives use remarkably similar language in describing remarkably similar priorities. When Colin Ungaro [pictured,
FOLIO: Q+A | David Nussbaum
ABRY Partners is a private equity firm. David Nussbaum is a publishing company executive. But right now, it looks like Nussbaum’s the most influential advisor at ABRY.