OLD Media Moves

Arizent, parent of American Banker, closes two publications

February 14, 2020

Posted by Chris Roush

Arizent, which recently changed its name from Source Media, has closed two publications — Health Data Management and Information Management.

Notices were posted on the websites of both publications. The note on both stated, “It has been an honor to provide you with the insights and connections to move your career forward. We wish you continued success on your professional journey and welcome you to explore our other titles at www.arizent.com/brands.”

In a statement provided to Talking Biz News, CEO Gemma Postlethwaite stated:

As Arizent continues to deliver on its mission of advancing professional communities, we see incredible opportunities across our core industries of financial and professional services. In order to maintain this focus, we have decided to invest in our core communities with new resources and capabilities, including research and content leadership. In addition, we have decided to discontinue the publication of Health Data Management and Information Management. This decision is not a reflection of our talented journalists or our dedicated sales teams. Rather, we are building integrated communities in our core markets and these are not natural adjacencies. We thank our journalists for all their time and dedication and are proud have served these loyal readers.

Arizent’s other publications include American Banker and The Bond Buyer.


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