Better Homes and Gardens publisher Meredith Corp. today reported $25.7 million in net earnings through its fiscal first quarter—an increase of 40 percent over $18.34 million during the same period last year.
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In a move that it says better aligns its media products, Condé Nast today has moved Style.com under the Fairchild Fashion Group, which includes Women’s Wear Daily and WWD.com.
London-based United Business Media says it has completed its $287 million acquisition of medical industry publisher and event producer Canon Communications. The deal agreement was announced mid-September.
In enacting the second phase of its new organizational plan, Cygnus Business Media has made a number of staffing changes: construction network brand manager Kris Flitcroft was appointed head of the Construction affinity group; Eric Kammerzelt
Bob Guccione Sr., who founded Penthouse magazine in 1965, died in Texas on Wednesday due to complications related to cancer. He was 79.
Denver-based Mining Media International has acquired a trio of magazines from Penton Media’s electrical systems, energy and construction group. Included in the sale are Cement Americas, Concrete Products and Rock Products.
Time Inc.’s Sports Illustrated isn’t the only magazine that’s looking to capitalize on the popularity of its covers.
It’s been a little under two years since Knoxville, Tennessee-based magazine wholesaler Anderson News suspended normal business activity and eventually went out of business.
A pair of U.K.-based media industry executives have launched TheMediaBriefing.com, a one-stop-shop for curated media industry stories from all over the Web.
In the past, Allure magazine has turned to its Web site as the entry point for readers to participate in its annual advertiser-sponsored giveaway, which features hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of beauty products.