About four months after taking over management of JCK magazine, Reed Exhibitions has licensed the rights to publish the jewelry title to Conde Nast’s Fairchild Publications.
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If attention is what it wanted, Publishers Weekly succeeded. For its December 14 issue cover, the Reed Business Information title used a photo entitled “Pickin’,” shot by photographer Lauren Kelly for a new book by Deborah Willis called,
Playboy Enterprises Wednesday named senior vice president of strategic planning and treasurer Robert D. Campbell interim CFO, effective January 1, 2010. Campbell replaces Linda G. Havard, who announced her resignation last month and plans to leave the company by the end of the year.
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Friday said it has promoted Martha Stewart Weddings editor-in-chief Vanessa Holden to editor-in-chief of Martha Stewart Living. Holden will be replaced at Martha Stewart Weddings by that magazine’s style director, Katie Hatch.
Reed Construction Data, a unit of b-to-b publisher Reed Business Information, has expanded the lawsuit it filed in October charging corporate espionage against McGraw-Hill Construction Dodge.
Crain Communications on Thursday announced that Jonah Bloom, longtime editor of trade publication Advertising Age, was leaving the company to serve as CEO and editor-in-chief of budding blogging network Breaking Media—home to Above the Law and Dealbreaker.
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Nielsen Business Media has agreed to sell eight of its media brands, including a number of its trade magazines, to e5 Global Media, a new company formed by private equity firm Pluribus Capital Management and financial services firm Guggenheim Partners.
Visitors to Variety.com will soon enjoy a lot less free access. The trade magazine is rolling out the beta version of a pay wall that will require payment for full access to its portfolio of print and digital products.
Bonnier Corp. has taken another step in its aggressive acquisition plan, only this time not in magazine publishing. The Swedish-owned company said Wednesday that it has acquired Weldon Owen Publishing and will create a book division to manage it.