Leadership


People on the Move | 8.02.07


August 2, 2007

Greenspun Media Group has appointed Daniel K. Aks as CEO and executive vice president. Aks will be responsible for profit and loss activities for the group's Las Vegas-based magazines and all operational aspects of the company, and will oversee online initiatives. Most recently, Aks served as senior vice president of operations for MTV Networks.

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Folio: Wire | 8.02.07


August 2, 2007

Rodale Increases Women's Health Rate Base to 1.1 Million Effective with the January/February 2008 issue, Women's Health magazine's rate base will jump nearly 30 percent from 850,000 to 1.1 million. It is the fourth increase since the magazine's launch in October 2005.

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Folio: Wire | 7.19.07


July 19, 2007

Rodale Pages, Revenue On the RiseRodale saw an increase of 18.3 percent in ad pages and 27.4 percent in ad revenues for the first half of 2007, compared to the -0.7 percent decrease in pages and the 6.1 percent increase in revenue across the remainder of the industry, according to PIB.

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A CEO’s Life After a Sale


July 3, 2007

What do the names Tom Kemp, David Nussbaum, Andy Goodenough, Tom Rogers, Michael Wood, and mine have in common? We all happen to be ex-CEOs of publishing companies backed and then sold by private-equity firms. What is a former CEO to do anyway?

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People on the Move | 6.28.07


June 28, 2007

Former Quebecor senior corporate executive Christopher Shannon has joined media bankers Berkery Noyes as managing director. In this new position Shannon will provide strategic mergers and acquisitions advice to U.S. and international print and electronic media clients. He has also worked for media companies Hachette Filipacchi, Bauer Publishing and Readers' Digest/Ripplewood.

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