Publishing’s migration away from print has lured another major industry player to the digital side.
Articles by Jason Fell
A little more than two months after being named chief executive at Cygnus Business Media, John French has appointed Paul Bonaiuto as CFO. Formerly, Bonaiuto served as executive vice president and CFO of Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based media company Journal Communications Inc.
As was expected, a consortium of some of the industry’s biggest magazine publishers today unveiled plans to develop open standards for a new digital storefront à la iTunes, as well as the related technology to allow consumers to access magazines on portable digital devices.
Bloomberg has tapped Paul Bascobert, chief marketing officer of Dow Jones’ consumer media group, as president of Bloomberg BusinessWeek. His appointment is effective January 4.
Washington Post Co. subsidiary Greater Washington Publishing has decided to stop publishing Washington Spaces magazine. The November/December issue, which is out now, will be its last.
Move over Hard Rock Café. Watch out Planet Hollywood. A music magazine is leaping off the printed page into the frying pan.
It’s only been three years since co-owners/co-editors-in-chief Rob Turner and Elyssa Lee launched Sactown magazine—covering California’s capital city Sacramento—and already the pair is eying plans for expansion.
EGM Media Group, publisher of soon-to-relaunch Electronic Gaming Monthly, has announced three additions to its sales team as part of a partnership with media sales company AdPlayerz: former EGM national sales director Jeffrey Eisenberg will
American Lawyer Media’s Real Estate Media Group has folded its four regional magazines: Real Estate Florida, Real Estate New Jersey, Real Estate New York and Real Estate Southern California. The December issues will be their last.
After quietly exploring options for a sale, the National Geographic Society has decided to shutter the print edition of its Adventure spinoff title. The announcement was made today to staff.