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March 2010

31 March 2010

Garden & Gun: Back From the Brink and In the Hunt for an Ellie

 The last several months have been a whirlwind for high-end Southern lifestyle magazine Garden & Gun. Early last year, rumors swirled that the magazine was on course to run out of money and go out of business. Less than two months later, it was acquired by Indigo Acquisition LLC, a company co-created by publisher Rebecca Darwin—effectively tossing the title a lifeline and saving it from going out of business. Then this past fall, Darwin and her team

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26 March 2010

Yes! at Meeting with FIFA World Cup

The love of soccer is something that traditionally unites people around the world. It has an incomparable power and ability to inflame the emotions. The tour kicked off in Switzerland on 21 September 2009 and is timed to coincide with the World Cup - 2010. This year’s tour will be the most ambitious in the history of the event: the greatest of all football trophies will encircle the globe three times, traveling a total of 138,902 kilometers, giving fans in 83 countries

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22 March 2010

MPA Launches Magazine App Directory

List includes 120 apps from The Atlantic, Wired, BusinessWeek, and more.
Recognizing the growing interest and development of magazine-related mobile applications by its members, the Magazine Publishers of America this week launched “mapps,” a directory of mobile apps produced by magazines and media companies. The launch coincided with the MPA’s Magazines 24/7:

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16 March 2010

Washington Post to Launch New Weekly Publication

 The Washington Post newspaper said it has created a weekly magazine called Capital Business. The new publication will feature original enterprise reporting, business analysis, commentary, industry trends and will highlight regional entrepreneurs.
It will be sent to Washington Post subscribers free of charge until May 10. It is expected to launch April 19.

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11 March 2010

Stagnito Buys Nielsen’s Food Magazines

Stagnito Inc., the parent company of Stagnito Media, has acquired Nielsen Business Media’s four food group magazines as well as their related Web sites and tradeshows. The deal includes Convenience Store News, Progressive Grocer, The Gourmet Retailer and Convenience Store News for the Single Store Owner.

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10 March 2010

Seasons Turns Seven

 This March, Seasons turns seven – an important anniversary for the magazine. Seasons celebrated its birthday by inviting friends and business partners to the Pioneer movie theater for a preview showing of the film “Alice in Wonderland.”

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03 March 2010

RBI Sells Two More Magazines

Reed Business Information has taken another step in the divestment of its U.S.-based magazines. The publisher today said it sold Library Journal and School Library Journal to Plain City, Ohio-based Media Source Inc.
The acquisition includes the print and online properties associated with the two brands. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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01 March 2010

New Project from National Geographic Russia

 National Geographic Russia magazine and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) are launching an unusual campaign: Russian stars Anton Komolov and Olga Shelest will go on a “carbon diet.” The aim is to minimize the impact our daily lifestyles have on the environment.

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