Whether it’s taking stock of one’s own wealth or gawking at others,’ people’s interest in money seems limitless. So says The Wall Street Journal, which is giving personal finance the glossy treatment with a new magazine insert, WSJ. Money.
WSJ. Money is a spinoff of WSJ. Magazine, the newspaper’s luxury lifestyle insert. The title is slated to make its debut March 9 and publish four times this year. It’ll be distributed in the Journal’s weekend edition in the U.S., which has a circulation of 2.3 million. The goal is for 50 pages per issue, including 30 edit and 20 ad pages.
Atlantic Media Company announced that award-winning publishing executive Peter Goldstone is joining the company as president of Government Executive Media Group.
Peter Goldstone, president of Hanley Wood for the past year, is leaving the construction industry publisher as a result of a restructuring.
Scranton Gillette Communications (SGC), publishers of Roads & Bridges magazine, has partnered with MB Media to form a limited liability corporation (LLC). This new equity partnership will oversee the construction group brands that MB Media acquired from Reed Business Information (RBI) in May 2010.
Reed Construction Data (RCD) and Hanley Wood, LLC today announced they have signed a letter of intent to enter into a strategic alliance that will open up proprietary information channels in a pioneering effort to deliver richer, more valuable content to the construction industry.
Radnor, Pa.-based MB Media LLC has announced the acquisition of the Construction Media Group properties from Reed Business Information (RBI).
Public CIO and Builder magazines were named Magazines of the Year and PCWorld.com earned Web Publication of the Year at the 29th Annual Azbee Awards of Excellence, hosted by the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE). The awards, presented at a banquet during the ASBPE’s National Editorial Conference last Thursday in New York City, were handed out in more than 50 print, digital and multi-platform categories for editorial and graphic excellence. The banquet also honored magazine designer, author and Publishing Executive magazine columnist Jan White with the ASBPE’s Lifetime Achievement Award. CFO, CIO and Computerworld magazines led all publications with 11 national awards
• Hearst Magazines names Jenny Leigh Thompson creative director of Redbook.• The Hollywood Reporter has named Rose Einstein vice president and associate publisher.• Jeff Calore has been appointed to the newly created position of publisher of Builder and Big Builder by Hanley Wood.• TG Publishing has appointed Antoine Boulin as its chief executive officer. •…
E-newsletters have become an effective way to drive traffic to Web sites, reach more targeted markets, extend brand names and generate revenue. In the magazine world, they have become a growing phenomenon for publishers who are depending upon them more and more to boost both subscriptions and ad dollars. And while e-newsletters may seem fairly simple to create and distribute, the tactics for optimizing their potential are quite complex. Publishing Executive spoke with a few publishers who have experienced e-newsletter success to find out what’s worked and what hasn’t in their climb to impressive circulation numbers and healthy revenues. Getting the Word Out
Frank Anton, CEO, Hanley Wood LLC BACKGROUND: As head of one of the largest b-to-b companies in the country, Anton has been with Hanley Wood for 25 years as an editor and publisher, his first position as editor of Builder. BIGGEST CHALLENGE: Finding better ways to use e-media. BIGGEST PRIORITY: “Adjusting to the changes in our business.” INVESTING MOST HEAVILY IN: Search optimization and other aspects of e-media. Michael Carr, President, Greenspun Media Group BACKGROUND: Focused on the local and visitor experience in Las Vegas, Greenspun Media felt Carr’s background as president of Playboy Magazine and CEO of Weider would be a strong cultural match. BIGGEST CHALLENGE: Finding enough talented people