Endeavor Business Media announces the acquisition of a number of Informa’s Industry & Infrastructure and Auto aftermarket media brands, expanding its position as one of the fastest growing B2B companies.
Just one week until FUSE Media 2019 – and two seats left! Learn how we designed FUSE as a forum for digital media execs to speak candidly and share technology best practices, as well as meet one-on-one with vendors and more efficiently evaluate new tools. The experience is free (including travel) for qualified attendees.
New technologies enable media companies to innovate, adapt, and stay profitable. The problem is, the array of technology solutions is growing faster and more fragmented than ever, making the product evaluation process a time suck for already time-crunched media technologists. Here's how the FUSE Media Summit helps with that.
Publishing Executive's senior editor, Leah Wynalek, and brand director, Matt Steinmetz, discuss the upcoming FUSE Media Summit in this brief video Q&A. Watch to learn what the FUSE experience is like, how you can qualify to attend for free, and what topics we'll cover in this year's program.
Last summer, I picked up a score of great ideas from the FlipMyFunnel conference in Boston. This year, the conference has joined forces with two other B2B niche conferences to form the B2B Sales and Marketing Exchange, held at the opulent Vegas-style Encore Hotel and Casino on Boston’s north side. By pulling three events together,…
Meredith CEO Tom Harty made some revealing statements about the mess Meredith inherited when it acquired fellow publisher Time Inc.
Returning FUSE Media Summit attendee and advisor David Saabye, SVP of Customer Experience at Adweek, weighs in on ‘the never-ending pursuit of the best technology solutions’ and the benefits of the FUSE experience.
Content marketing is generally practiced by brands that already have firm identities, but their use of content marketing has its own cognitive dissonance. Is it doing good or doing evil? Do its creators know? Its inherent struggle is based on monetization, in more ways than one.
The big publisher’s recent trials and triumph shed light on the magazine-media business – and how Time Inc. operated.
Kim Castro will lead editorial strategy for U.S. News & World Report and prioritize new growth opportunities, including search optimization and data-driven product development. In this interview, she shares her content goals and how she sees the brand evolving under her leadership.