Posted on: 04/30/13
BtoB's Media Business has announced the winners of its 10th annual Top Innovators in Business Publishing Awards. The awards recognize executives from large trade, small trade and general business media companies across six categories: CEO, top publishing executive, digital, events, audience...
Posted on: 04/29/13
Forbes Media tapped Tom Davis as its new CMO in April, promoting a former senior VP-sales and marketing who had a hand in building revenue across both print and digital properties. Davis has been an evangelist for the company's innovative digital model, including its BrandVoice platform—a...
Posted on: 04/28/13
Since being named president-CEO of Forbes Media in November 2010, Mike Perlis has focused on growing revenue and profits for the core business while finding new ways to extend the brand beyond traditional media.
Posted on: 04/01/13
New York—Tom Davis, most recently VP-sales and marketing for Forbes Media, has been named CMO. He succeeds Jack Laschever, who has been appointed president of Forbes Conferences.
Posted on: 03/26/13
Forbes.com grew its revenue last year, building a digital sales number that for the first time matched what the print side generated, said Meredith Levien, chief revenue officer at Forbes Media. “The exciting news is that it's not because print is shrinking,” Levien said. “Print...
Posted on: 01/17/13
New York—Forbes Media announced it is introducing its first French-language edition, Forbes Afrique. The publication will be distributed in 23 Francophone countries in Africa.
Posted on: 01/11/13
New York—Consumer ad pages fell 8.2% to 154,838 in 2012 compared with 2011, according to Publishers Information Bureau figures released by the MPA. In addition, ad pages dropped 7.3%, to 44,355, in the fourth quarter compared with the year-earlier period.
Posted on: 10/25/12
New York—Forbes has launched a new branding campaign, its first in five years, with the tagline “Change the world.” The new tagline replaces Forbes' previous motto, “The capitalist tool.”
Posted on: 07/10/12
New York—The Big 3 business magazines—Bloomberg Businessweek, Forbes and Fortune—posted ad page gains in the first half of the year compared with the year-earlier period, according to Publishers Information Bureau figures. Forbes led the way with a 13.0% gain in ad pages, followed ...
Posted on: 06/08/12
Every year, Media Business' selection of 10 Great Media Websites provides a status report on the industry's ongoing digital shift. Although the U.S. economy is providing little tailwind to drive growth, business media companies continue to invest in digital infrastructure and innovation as their...
Posted on: 06/08/12
Publishers have accelerated their licensing businesses, finding new ways to monetize core assets not only by stretching their brands into emerging markets but also by circling back to partners and selling licenses for digital editions. Data products and event content have also helped swell revenue...