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ASME Prez Says New Yorker/Target Flap Did Not Direct Guidelines Change


October 20, 2005

By Bill Mickey Despite being announced conspicuously close to the imbroglio over the August 22 New Yorker single-sponsored by Target, and among increasing reports of deterioration of the church-state wall, the American Society of Magazine Editors president and Newsweek editor Mark Whitaker says specific recent events did not necessarily precipitate changes to its editorial guidelines.

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Financial Firms Actively Investing in Media and Information


October 19, 2005

The Jordan, Edmiston Group, Inc. (JEGI) asked a select group of financial executives for their thoughts on investing in the media and information industries and current valuations on M&A transactions.Download PDF file of the Client Briefing from JEGI here>>Private Equity Firms Questions posed:

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Hearst to Exit Custom Publishing’s Bigger Pool


October 19, 2005

By Dylan Stableford and Bill Mickey Despite the industry's renewed interest in custom titles and talk of turning a corner, Hearst is folding its 7-year-old custom publishing unit into the Hearst Group , its integrated sales and marketing division, FOLIO: has learned.

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