Tagged: Magazine industry

Magazine renames itself Texas CEO

Magazine renames itself Texas CEO

Business District Magazine changed its name to Texas CEO and expanded its circulation throughout the state, according to a story on the Austin Business Journal. The story stated, “‘We decided to make the transition...

Canadian biz glossy undergoes redesign

Canadian biz glossy undergoes redesign

Val Maloney of Masthead reports that Canadian business magazine Profit unveiled a redesign with its March issue. Maloney writes, “Profit editor Ian Portsmouth says the magazine has always focused on growth companies, but has...

From idea to print

From idea to print

Jason Ubay, the managing editor of Hawaii Business magazine, writes about how story ideas make it into the publication. Ubay writes, “The story idea can come from anywhere. We brainstorm at our editorial staff’s...

Laptop magazine parent files Ch. 11

Laptop magazine parent files Ch. 11

Bedford Communications, the parent company of Laptop magazine, has filed for Chapter 11 banruptcy court protection, reports Matthew Flamm of Crain’s New York Business. Flamm writes, “Featuring extensive reviews of the latest gadgets, with...

The demise of the Pocono Biz Journal

The demise of the Pocono Biz Journal

TALKING BIZ NEWS EXCLUSIVE The Pocono Business Journal, a monthly publication in northeast Pennsylvania, announced last week that it would close with the publication of its February issue after more than four years in...

Maryland biz magazine may close

Maryland biz magazine may close

Chris Hunterman of the Frederick Gazette in Maryland reports that a local business magazine may not publish any more due to litigation between the two partners who founded it. Hunterman writes, “A petition filed...

BusinessWeek's changes under Bloomberg

BusinessWeek's changes under Bloomberg

Lucia Moses of MediaWeek takes a look at the changes at BusinessWeek under Bloomberg ownership, noting that new editor Josh Tyrangiel agrees with Bloomberg editor in chief Matt Winkler about tightening its sourcing. Moses...