Posted on: 04/11/13
Tulsa, Okla.—PennWell Corp. has announced the opening of its first division in South America, in Rio de Janeiro. The office will support PennWell's growing portfolio of events in the country with local-currency registration, logistical and invoicing capabilities as well as other services.
Posted on: 03/21/13
Tulsa, Okla.—PennWell Corp. has acquired the Oil & Gas Pipeline Conference from Willbros Engineers. Willbros Engineers had partnered with the Geospatial Information & Technology Association to produce the 2012 annual conference and exhibition, and PennWell has entered into an agreement with...
Posted on: 02/13/13
Following a rebound year in 2012, the media M&A market saw a flurry of deal announcements in January, raising hopes for another big year. Buyers are especially on the lookout for acquisition targets with strong digital assets. The market for events is also robust. Another encouraging sign for this...
Posted on: 02/07/13
Tulsa, Okla.—Media and information company PennWell Corp. has launched a marketing services division, a stand-alone unit that will provide strategic consulting and marketing solutions such as content marketing, digital and social media, lead generation, product launches and website...
Posted on: 10/05/12
Medical and scientific publisher Elsevier was a particularly active player on the media M&A front in August and September. The Amsterdam-based media company, a subsidiary of Reed Elsevier, announced two divestitures and a pair of acquisitions:
Posted on: 09/25/12
Crain Communications Inc. has contracted with database management company Omeda to consolidate its multiple customer databases into a corporatewide business-intelligence data set. The goal: to provide a unified view of Crain Communications' customers, their purchase histories and their website...
Posted on: 09/17/12
Tulsa, Okla.—PennWell Corp., publisher of Oil & Gas Journal, has acquired the Elsevier Public Safety Group. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Posted on: 06/08/12
Digital responsibilities continue to challenge printcentric production departments at b-to-b media companies. Increasingly, online video is one of many digital tasks claiming a larger chunk of production department hours.