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Torrance, CA, December 1, 2015: Bobit Business Media has acquired the assets of the Modern Salon Media Group from Vance Publishing Corp. MODERN SALON Media is the leading information resource for the professional salon community. Its family of integrated, multi-media brands serves and connects salon professionals at every stage of their careers and melds beautifully…
A fascinating session at the recent Publishing Business Virtual Conference & Expo explored winning (and losing) revenue strategies for publishers. Kicking off the discussion was Dean Horowitz, VP of Media Operations at Vance Publishing, who spoke on organizational aspects of building out new revenue streams.
Whether consumer or B2B, publishers know it's essential to travel the path of innovation as they adapt to a multiplatform future—even if it means a few missteps along the way. At a roundtable-style discussion during the upcoming free Publishing Business Virtual Conference & Expo, hear industry thought-leaders share and evaluate their revenue strategies.
Peggy Walker is no stranger to publishing. During her 25-plus years in the business, she has held positions in everything from editorial to audience development, operations and executive management at some hefty publishing companies—such as Putman Media, Gorman Publishing, Highline Media and The National Underwriter Co.
Coral Beach LENEXA, Kan. — Shawn Etheridge has joined Vance Publishing Corp. as vice president and publishing director. He will have responsibility for several of the company’s leading brands, including The Packer. Etheridge is based at the Lenexa offices of Vance Publishing, which is the headquarters for The Packer. He oversees the company’s produce division, which includes Red Book Credit Services, Greenbook Data Services, Doane Advisory Services, AgProfessional, AgriTalk, Produce Retailer, The Grower, and Citrus & Vegetable. “While the brands are unique and targeted to their respective markets, they serve overlapping audiences within the agriculture community and share many
"Magazine publishing, more than many other fields, has long been a great career for women …,” says Patricia B. Fox, senior vice president, operations, and general manager, Healthy Living Group at Active Interest Media. Fox, along with the other women Publishing Executive selected for its first-annual “Top Women in Magazine Publishing” feature, exemplify the greatness that women have achieved in this industry.
Vance Publishing Corp., the Lincolnshire, Ill.-based publisher of 20 business-to-business magazines, announced the acquisition this week of CattleNetwork.com and CattleStore.com, a pair of Internet-based businesses that serve the farm and ranch communities. The deal marks Vance’s first solely digital acquisition. “This is another significant acquisition for Vance Publishing,” said Chairman William C. Vance. “It reinforces our position as the premier business-to-business multimedia communications resource in the markets we serve. We will continue to pursue acquisition opportunities that will increase services to our customers and strengthen our existing product lines.” The two new digital properties, purchased from Integrated Management Information Inc. in Colorado, will
• Summit Business Media has appointed Andrew Goodenough as president. • Vance Publishing has hired Lori Eppel as vice president, finance.• William Kupper has been named president of Turnstile Publishing Company, publisher of Golfweek magazine and a number of other consumer enthusiast titles.• Chris Guilfoyle has joined Condé Nast Publications as publisher of Women’s Wear…
INBOX’s “M&A Update” is a new feature that will offer continuous updates on notable merger-and-acquisition activity in the industry. John French Named CEO of Newly Named Penton Media Brand A new name and leader have been chosen for the highly publicized Prism/Penton merger. John French, who served as CEO of Prism Business Media since the company’s formation in 2005, will become the new CEO of the newly named Penton Media. “We are extremely pleased that John will be leading the management team for one of the most powerful portfolios of business media brands ever assembled,” said Anup Bagaria, VP of Wasserstein & Co., the investment firm backing
The printing industry's organization, responsible for maintaining consistency and quality of printed publications, has named a new chairman of its board of directors. The Specifications for Web Offset Publications (SWOP), Marblehead, Mass., elected Nubar Nakashian of Print International, New York, as its chairman. Nakashian replaces Joel Rubin, who held the chair position for the past nine years. Rubin will continue to serve the board as past chairman. Nakashian has led the development and adoption of accredited file formats and specifications for the publishing industry. In addition to Nakashian, SWOP elected to its board Ron Brockman of Vance Publishing Corp., Lincolnshire, Ill., treasurer; Roy Zucca of