IBT Media Rebrands as Newsweek Media Group | Industry Notes

B2B's shifting ad spend, a big promotion at Teen Vogue, and more news from around the magazine space. The post IBT Media Rebrands as Newsweek Media Group | Industry Notes appeared first on Folio:. Continue reading at 'Folio Magazine'

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IBT Media Is Rebranding as Newsweek Media Group

Whether as a print magazine or a digital brand, Newsweek is a name consumers worldwide can recognize--and, more importantly, trust. That was the driving force behind IBT Media's decision to buy Newsweek when it was a digital-only publication, and to revive the print edition in 2014. And it's why... Continue reading at AdWeek

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Industry Notes: UK Postcode Lottery Helps Book Aid; F+W Fine Arts Sold to Peak Media

Lottery funds in the UK have generated more than £1.85 million for Book Aid International, and F+W Media's assets in arts and crafts go to Peak Media. The post Industry Notes: UK Postcode Lottery Helps Book Aid; F+W Fine Arts Sold to Peak Media appeared first on Publishing Perspectives. Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

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Newsweek Media Group’s Publisher and Finance Director Resign Amid Reports of Advertising Fraud

Newsweek Media Group's chairman and finance director have resigned from their roles at the company. Newsweek Media Group (formerly IBT Media)--which owns Newsweek, International Business Times and other digital media properties--confirmed in a memo to staff on Thursday that Etienne Uzac and... Continue reading at AdWeek

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Industry Notes: BookExpo’s Audio ‘Tea,’ Canada’s BookNet-Kobo Contest, and the UK’s ‘Media Medic’

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Meet IBT Media: The Future of Newsweek

While IBT Media has carved itself a profitable space in a few niche markets, it hasn't been a household media name. Continue reading at Folio Magazine

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Guardian Media Group to sell 50.1% stake in Trader Media Group

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FUSE Media 2019 Speakers from Hearst, Annex Business Media, Industry Dive, Farm Journal & More

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Blake Freeman Johnson Media rebrands as Soho Friday Media

Richard Johnson, John Blake and Derek Freeman are changing the name of their new web-based publishing start-up from Blake Freeman Johnson Media to Soho Friday Media. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Thrillist Media Group Is the Latest Media Company to Launch an In-House Agency

Want to get through to the hard-to-reach millennial male? Thrillist Media Group thinks it knows the formula. The digital publisher announced the creation of The CoLab, its own in-house agency that will work with brands to create native activations and content. "We wanted to have one cohesive... Continue reading at AdWeek

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Industry Groups Unite in Environmental Initiative

In the first major industry-wide environmental initiative in several years, the Book Industry Study Group, along with BookNet Canada and the U.K.-based Book Industry Communications, have formed the International Green Book Supply Chain Alliance. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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PA and Pearson join Creative Industries Trade Advisory Group

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Industry Notes: UK-based Book Aid International: 1.2 Million Books in 2019

The charity last year was at work in 23 refugee camps, 38 prison libraries, 1,567 schools, 635 public libraries, and more. The post Industry Notes: UK-based Book Aid International: 1.2 Million Books in 2019 appeared first on Publishing Perspectives. Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

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Trade bodies to 'engage' with Covid-19 culture panel but note industry's absence

The Publishers Association has said it "looks forward to engaging" with a new expert advisory panel set up to investigate the pandemic's impact on arts and culture, although it has failed to include a representative from the industry. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Operations: How the Hearst Media Connecticut Group is Navigating Through the COVID-19 Crisis

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What needs to be done to help the media industry?

If it wasn’t already obvious that the media industry was in dire straits before the coronavirus came along, it has become abundantly obvious now. Every day, it seems, news outlets large and small are announcing waves of furloughs, salary cuts, and layoffs for significant numbers of their... Continue reading at Columbia Journalism Review

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Group Nine Media Lays Off 7% of Staff

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