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Folio: Publishing Technology | 3.02.07


March 2, 2007

Texterity to Provide Digital Publications for National Business Media Texterity has been selected to provide the digital publications for National Business Media, a trade magazine publisher of 14 national publications and a producer of trade shows. The digital publications will be accessible through standard Web browsers.

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People on the Move | 2.22.07


February 22, 2007

Wizard Entertainment has named Scott Gramling editor-in-chief of its four publications Wizard, InQuest Gamer, ToyFare and Anime Insider, as well as the Web side wizarduniverse.com and the Wizard World Tour event. Gramling was most recently sections editor and deputy editor at the recently folded title FHM.

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People on the Move | 2.15.07


February 15, 2007

BPA Worldwide has named senior vice president and of Modem Media, Walt Cheruk, to its Board of Directors. Cheruk has been with Modem since 1996. Kellogg Media Group has hired Mark Walker as account manager. He will be responsible for What's On, The Las Vegas Guide and Clubplanet Las Vegas magazines and the whatson.com Web site.

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Folio: Wire | 2.15.07


February 15, 2007

PIB For First Month of 2007 Shows Progress Total magazine rate-card-reported advertising revenue for January 2007 increased by 5.9 percent over the same period last year closing at just over $1.295 million according to Publishers Information Bureau. Ad pages for the month closed at just over 13,000, a -0.9 percent drop from January 2006.

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Folio: Wire | 2.8.07


February 8, 2007

Questex Acquires U.K. Event Business Questex Media Group has acquired U.K.-based McLean Events International Ltd., a company that specializes in appointment-based events with 13 branded events throughout the U.K., Europe, Middle East, North American and Asia. Founded in 1996, McLean's events include a number of international forums including:

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People on the Move | 2.8.07


February 8, 2007

The Walt Disney Company, publisher of FamilyFun, Disney Adventures and Wondertime magazines, has merged its advertising sales and promotions teams for its telvleion, online, radion and publishing business under one structure called the Disney Media Advertising Sales and Marketing Group:

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Folio: Publishing Technology Wire | 2.06.07


February 5, 2007

T-Mobile to Use MoMac Platform for Consumer Magazine Hosting T-Mobile plans to use mobile media publisher MoMac's ASP mobile publishing platform Gomedia to host a range of consumer lifestyle magazines on the t-zones mobile portal. MoMac will provide a fully hosted and managed service for T-Mobile and its subscribers.

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