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Articles by Jason Fell
Media investment bankers the Jordan, Edmiston Group Thursday announced that managing directors Tolman Geffs and Scott Peters were named co-presidents. The announcement was made by chairman and CEO Wilma Jordan.
Paul Mackler no longer is chairman and CEO of HMP Holdings, the parent company of healthcare publisher HMP Communications and the North American Center for Continuing Medical Education. The announcement was made to staffers late last week.
Like its U.K. counterpart, Hachette Filipacchi Media U.S. is eying the creation of reader loyalty “clubs” to help boost its audience and drive revenues.
Augusta, Georgia-based newspaper and city magazine publisher Morris Publishing Group said Wednesday that it plans to file for a prepackaged plan of reorganization with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court on January 19.
Magazine advertising revenue is down. Way down. We know this. Do we need any more reminders? Needed or not, the Publishers Information Bureau Tuesday released its 2009 year-end magazine advertising report.
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e5 Global Media, the company that recently acquired eight media/entertainment brands from Nielsen Business Media, announced Tuesday that Richard D. Beckman will serve as CEO.
U.K.-based The Economist Group has sold CFO Publishing—including CFO magazine—to private equity firm Seguin Partners, which will form a new company to officially acquire the assets. The Economist Group said it will retain a minority stake in the new company.
Ralph Erardy, the former senior vice president and group publisher of Conde Nast’s Women’s Wear Daily, has founded his own media company and plans to launch a trade magazine before the end of the month.