Bloomberg Businessweek's Josh Tyrangiel to Present "Welcome Address" at the 2012 Publishing Business Conference
Turley's work also is gaining notice. He was named "Hottest Creative Player" of 2011 by Adweek, and his covers have garnered praise and best-of-the-year list inclusions from AdvertisingAge, Business Insider, Society of Publication Designers, D&AD and many others.
A recent Adweek article reported on the early signs of success for Bloomsberg Businessweek. "Ad pages are up 21 percent year-on-year for January through July; the rate base will soon be raised from 900,000 to 980,000 (approaching Forbes’ 1,020,000); and subscriptions are up 12 percent."
These early beacons of growth, however, are not enough for Tyrangiel. As Adweek reported, "Tyrangiel’s mission is not survival. His mission is 'indispensability'—without question, his favorite word."
In a 2010 interview with Publishing Executive columnist and longtime industry analyst Mr. Magazine, Tyrangiel addressed the future of print: “I think the future of print is very bright for people who make great magazines and great newspapers, but the bar has been raised.”
"We are extremely excited to have Josh kicking off this year's Publishing Business Conference & Expo," says Noelle Skodzinski, editorial director of Publishing Executive and Book Business magazines, and program director for the Publishing Business Conference. "The industry is in a period of reinvention, and we could think of no one who symbolizes this reinvention better than Josh, and we are thrilled to have him share his insights with our audience."
Visit the website for the Publishing Business Conference & Expo (March 19-21, 2012, in New York City) to learn more, or register now to hear Tyrangiel deliver the Welcome Address to the largest publishing industry conference and expo of its kind.