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Trimming the Fat


March 29, 2006

It's an infamous story in b-to-b publishing circles. An assistant editor for a prominent publisher was put in charge of handling an event, including negotiating with the hotel. Those negotiations resulted in the publisher owing the hotel more than six figures for failing to fulfill its room block commitment.

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People to Watch: 2007


March 29, 2006

Tom Trezza, FOUNDER, TREZZA MEDIA GROUP Former group publisher at Post Newsweek Tech Media, Trezza created a new media company in 2006 serving technology and government contractors through multiple media channels including custom publishing, events and research. With $500,000 in revenue expected in 2006, Trezza has embraced a guerrilla approach that's media agnostic. Bob Krakoff,

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Marcus Piper: Art Director, POL OXYGEN


March 29, 2006

Piper single-handedly has put POL Oxygen on the global map with how he innovatively tailors the design of each issue, and each story, to the content that is being presented. Piper and POL Oxygen keep racking up design awards like the frequent-flier miles he is amassing by flying between the magazine's Sydney, Australia, headquarters and Piper's new home in London.

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The Global Paper Game


March 29, 2006

North America used to be the leading producer of magazine-grade paper, both in quality and quantity. But that was 20 years ago. Those days might be gone forever. Once the leading paper producer, North America has shut down machines, closed mills and stopped investing in new technology for magazine-grade paper.

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