Atlantic Media Company announced that award-winning publishing executive Peter Goldstone is joining the company as president of Government Executive Media Group.
The full program for the 2011 Publishing Business Conference & Expo, to be held April 4-6 at the New York Marriott Marquis, is online.
Peter Goldstone, president of Hanley Wood for the past year, is leaving the construction industry publisher as a result of a restructuring.
The Custom Content Council will celebrate 50 companies on Thursday, November 11th at the seventh annual Pearl Awards Ceremony at The Water Club in New York City.
The Publishing Business Virtual Conference & Expo has announced its preliminary lineup of speakers for "Digital Content Day @ Your Desk," a free virtual event.
Frank Anton's "Frank Talk Video Webcast" is a popular feature on Hanley Wood's website. In Anton's May 2010 webcast, he talks about the imminent end of the housing recession.
Hanley Wood. ... Especially for those in the business-to-business publishing world, the company's name seems to be surrounded by a bit of intrigue. Everyone wants to know what Hanley Wood is up to now. Frank Anton talks candidly about Hanley Wood's business, including where print fits in today, and where he sees it headed in the future
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.
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) reached agreement on a five-year integrated media partnership with Hanley Wood, LLC that will increase the value of AIA membership as well as expand the reach and impact of member knowledge and expertise.
With a trying 2008 and 2009 behind us, most publishers who attended the 2010 Publishing Business Conference & Expo (PublishingBusiness.com), March 8-10, seemed, at the very least, less worried about the future than they were last year and, in fact, most were quite optimistic. The conference theme, “Publishing at a Tipping Point,” was the unifying force behind more than 60 educational sessions presented by 150 speakers from all walks of the publishing industry. The presentations and discussions focused on industry shifts and practical information to help publishers adapt and thrive.