In connection with its proposed acquisition of fellow printer World Color Press, Sussex, Wisconsin-based Quad/Graphics says it has received clearance to list its Class A common stock on the New York Stock Exchange once the deal is complete.
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Hearst has appointed Susan Schulz editorial brand director for Cosmopolitan, including the magazine, Web site, Cosmo radio, books, television partnerships and other digital ventures. Schulz replaces John Searles, who has left the company to become a fiction writer.
As part of what CEO Doug Manoni calls a “modest” reorganization, SourceMedia has consolidated its publishing operation from four units to two. One unit will consist of banking and capital markets while the second will be made up of the professional services and technology groups.
The following are quotes from various sessions, keynotes and elsewhere during the 2010 FOLIO: Show, which took place this week in New York City.
As part of its previously announced cost management initiative, the Reader’s Digest Association today is now reducing its global workforce. CEO Mary Berner announced the cuts Tuesday in a memo to staffers.
The New York Times has appointed longtime Vogue edit staffer Sally Singer editor of T: The New York Times Style Magazine. At Vogue, Singer managed the magazine’s fashion news and features departments. Prior to joining Vogue in 1999, she served as fashion director at New York Magazine, style director of Elle and the commissioning editor for features at British Vogue.
They asked. We delivered. The cover of the July issue of Field & Stream [pictured right, on the left] reads “Shoot this magazine!” Inside is a pull out that features an “I (Heart) Guns” image [on the right] that is made up of mini targets.
Former Time Inc. digital group president Vivek Shah has partnered with Boston-based investment firm Great Hill Partners to acquire Ziff Davis Media.
It turns out there was some truth behind the “rumor and speculation.” The private equity owners of the Nielsen Company are in fact looking to raise $1.75 billion by way of an initial public offering of its common stock.
Laura McEwen has been named vice president and publisher of Self. Most recently, McEwen served as vice president and publisher of Teen Vogue, a position she held since February 2008.