Articles by Jason Fell
NEW YORK—While the print edition of Reader’s Digest has cut frequency, slashed rate base in the U.S.
What would you do if you saw a truck driving down the road with your magazine’s logo slapped on the side of it?
The move was rumored for months and is now apparently coming true: e5 Global Media is transforming The Hollywood Reporter from a weekday paper into a glossy weekly magazine. The title’s new format will kick off next month.
While far from booming, the tradeshow industry has received a few positive shots in the arm recently.
The acquisition of Modern Luxury Media by Atlanta-based Dickey Publishing apparently is facing a hurdle by way of a lawsuit filed by Modern Luxury’s former CEO and CFO.
After several delays, Texas Monthly publisher Emmis Communications Corp. announced Thursday that the offer by its CEO, Jeff Smulyan, to buy the company and take it private has been terminated.
Source Interlink Companies has officially sold Alliance Entertainment to M&A firm Platinum Equity and the Gores Group, a Los Angeles-based private equity firm. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Bonnier Corp.’s WakeBoarding is getting a new look and new management. The magazine is transitioning under the TransWorld Media umbrella and will launch a redesign with the November/December issue. Moving forward, the magazine will be called TransWorld Wakeboarding.