Revenue


Radar’s Resilience


October 18, 2006

Radar magazine has announced it will re-launch in February. We are all aware this is the publication’s third attempt to launch and the scrutiny and skepticism has already begun to stir around the industry.

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ESPN Official: Mobile Phone Service Failed Because Company Couldn’t Afford to Give Away Free Phones


October 17, 2006

When ESPN set out to dominate the mobile sports news business, company executives thought the best way to increase its earning potential and market share was to actually own the phone service. They were wrong, said ESPN executive vice president of content John Skipper during a recent "Breakfast with a Leader" meeting sponsored by the Magazine Publishers Association.

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Folio: Publishing Technology Wire | 10.17.06


October 17, 2006

GCN's BG2GO 7.0 Now Imports Graphics, In-Line Ads GCN Publishing has announced that bg2go 7.0 can now export graphics and in-line ads as well as formatted text. bg2go is a Web-based directory management platform that allows advertisers to securely update their directory listings and purchase enhancements.

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People On the Move | 10.12.06


October 11, 2006

Amy E. Lestition will join the Society of National Association Publications (SNAP) at the end of this month as its new executive director and the senior associate of the organization's Association Management Bureau.

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People on the Move | 10.05.06


October 5, 2006

Newsweek has made several staff changes since new editor Jon Meacham came on board Tuesday. Deidre Depke, Mark Miller and Debra Rosenberg were named assistant managing editors. Depke will also retain her role as Newsweek.com's editor. Miller, who left the magazine two years ago, returns as assistant managing editor. Rosenberg was formerly deputy Washington bureau chief for the magazine.

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