F+W Media has merged Popular Woodworking and Woodworking Magazine. The new, combined title, called Popular Woodworking Magazine, will begin publishing with the April 2010 issue.
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After more than two decades with the company, Greg Farrar is leaving Nielsen Business Media as president. Farrar confirmed his departure in an e-mail to FOLIO:.
Some recent events have pointed to the acceleration of two trade publishing giants leaving the magazine publishing industry. After a failed auction in 2008 and closing all but one of the magazines published under its Associated Construction Publications group last spring,
Doug Manoni, the ex-CEO of Wicks Business Information, has been named CEO of Investcorp-owned Source Media, replacing Jim Malkin, who has left the company. A Source spokesperson declined to comment on the circumstances surrounding Malkin's departure.
A number of the biggest consumer magazine publishers in the U.S.
The management team at Irvine, California-based Entrepreneur magazine is gearing up for a product launch that puts the team outside its usual business-minded comfort zone. This spring, the magazine is planning to launch SecondAct.com, a Web site targeted to an older audience that’s looking to begin a “second act” in life.
Time Inc. has hired Wired senior writer Daniel Roth as managing editor of Furtune.com. Roth previously worked at Fortune but left in 2006.
A U.S. Bankruptcy Court on Friday approved the Reader’s Digest Association’s pre-packaged restructuring plan, clearing the way for the publisher to emerge from bankruptcy protection by January 31.RDA officially filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in August.
The fate of 126-year-old Editor & Publisher is no longer drifting in uncertain waters. The shuttered newspaper magazine was acquired Thursday evening by Duncan McIntosh Co.
The American Institute of Architects has selected Hanley Wood’s Architect and Residential Architect as the association’s official magazines.