Emap eyes US brands with publisher tie-up
- Emap turns to niche events as it axes 40Â°. Reynolds, Emma // Event;Oct2002, p6
Reports on the launching of Face Up, a standalone exhibition, by Emap Fashion following the closure of 40Â° in February 2002. Type of venue being looked up by the company to host Face Up; Reason for closing 40Â° Percentage of the company's markets taken up by women's fashion.
- Shake-up for Emap Fashion. // Marketing Event;Apr2000, p8
Reports that Emap will launch a new fashion event and will co-locate three of its flagship events to Earls Court. Features of Level 2, the new fashion show from Emap from August 20 to 22, 2000; Reasons Pure womens' wear event will relocate to Earls Court; Trend in the buying of mens' wear and...
- Emap in Excel U-turn. // Marketing Event;Oct2001, p7
Reports that Emap Fashion withdrew its Pure and Premier female fashion events out of Excel after two shows. Criticism on the service level of Excel; Response of Excel to the criticism.
- Shows return to Earls Court. // Event;Mar2002, p6
Reports on the plan of Electronics World Expo and Emap Fashion to hold its fashion shows at Earls Court in London, England. Views on Earls Court as a location for street fashion and jeans market; Information on Pure and Premier female fashion shows.
- Petersen's motorcycle magazines shift into high gear. // Dealernews;Apr97, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p67
Discusses about the Petersen Publishing Company's motorcycle magazines. Motorcyclist; Dirt Rider; Sport Rider; Motorcycle Cruiser; Management reorganization of Petersen Publishing Company. INSET: Top team takes charge..
- In the media race, passion takes the lead. Gloede, William F. // Adweek Western Edition;9/9/96, Vol. 46 Issue 37, Media outlook '97 p34
Reports on the sale of Petersen Publishing Co. to D. Claeys Bahrenburg, Neal Vitale, James Dunning Jr. and Willis Stein & Partners. Terms of the sale; Bidding war for the media company; Value of the investment; Background on the media company; Implications of the sale for the industry.
- Petersen buys diving titles, show development group. Granatstein, Lisa // MediaWeek;09/21/98, Vol. 8 Issue 35, p6
Reports on Petersen Companies' purchase of Watersport Publishing's `Discover Diving' and `Dive Report' magazines and the dive show development group, Discover Diving Report. Resignation of Polly Perkins as president of `Sport' magazine.
- Mediacrity. // AutoWeek;6/24/96, Vol. 46 Issue 26, p56
Reports on the stipulations contained in the prospectus circulated among publishers interested in buying Petersen Publishing.
- Petersen reorganizes its automotive group. Gremillion, Jeff // MediaWeek;09/08/97, Vol. 7 Issue 33, p4
Reports on Petersen Publishing's reorganization of its automotive performance group. Subdivision of the unit into six market-oriented clusters; Appointment of John Dianna as the president of the automotive group; Role of the new structure in facilitating the titles' marketing and branding efforts.