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January 4, 2006

By Matt Kinsman First, a disclaimer: FOLIO: believes the capitalization of online products is essential to the long-term growth and viability of the publishing industry. Anyone;big or small, consumer or b-to-b;not investing online nor attempting to figure out how to maximize the medium in a way that best fits the needs of their company and customers will be left behind.

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CXO Media Pulls Plug On CMO


January 4, 2006

By Matt Kinsman A flood of industry awards and accolades (including ASBPE's Magazine of the Year) weren't enough to save CXO Media's CMO magazine , which shuttered this week, despite an 11 percent increase in ad pages since last March and a 62 percent jump in ad pages for it's one-year anniversary issue in September 2005.

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Longtime Fairchild President Berner to Exit Cond� Nast


January 4, 2006

By Dylan Stableford Berner's exit caps a year-long string of high-profile resignations for the once-formidable unit. In a move that is bound to reverberate throughout the Cond� Nast�s 4 Times Square offices, Mary Berner, longtime president of the company's Fairchild publishing unit, resigned late Monday. Berner's exodus comes on the heels of a companywide restructuring

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Startup Stories: Breathing New Life into a State Magazine


January 4, 2006

Maryland Life's glossy stock and affluent readership belies the magazine's humble beginnings;it was conceived when the three principals;co-publishers Dan Patrell, Ross Peddicord and Scott Runkles;met in a community college class on entrepreneurship. In August 2004, the trio launched Great State Publishing and debuted bi-monthly Maryland Life in December 2004 with a January/February issue.

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Randall Rising


January 4, 2006

In November, Tuscaloosa, Alabama-based Randall Publishing, which specializes in trucking, construction and industrial magazines and generates annual revenue around $55 million, surprised the industry by announcing its sale to Wachovia Capital Partners and Randall CEO F. Mike Reilly's newly-formed Randall-Reilly Publishing, LLC.

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Startup Stories: Online Security


January 4, 2006

In September 2004, Cygnus Business Media launched SecurityInfowatch.com, its third Web portal and first outside the public-safety category. The site was designed as a comprehensive destination for security end-users, dealers, integrators and manufacturers and as a way to compete in a category with a glut of print magazines but few good online properties.

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2005 Revisited


January 4, 2006

By Dylan Stableford January 6 Time launched an exhaustive online archive giving the magazine's readers access to over 266,000 articles from as early as 1923;an invaluable resource for tracking the lineage of, say, Michael Jackson.

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