Content Magazine Relaunches, Appoints New Editor

Posted on April 14, 1999

ContentWorld Publishing Ventures (CPV) has announced the appointment of a new Editor and the re-launch and redesign of its print and Web publication, Content. Content's editorial style will include insight and know-how of industry experts who share a passion for the digital media world. Each issue will provide readers with a blend of best practices, project case studies, product backgrounders, and emerging trends.

Originally published in 1991 as a newsletter and more recently as a stand-alone magazine, the new Content will launch its new look and enhanced editorial with the May/June 1999 NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) issue. Content will be published 5 times in 1999, starting as a bi-monthly and increasing to monthly with the November, 1999 issue, which will focus on broadcast, cable, and 3D systems. Each issue will be delivered to more than 50,000 influential decision-makers in the most content-driven industries: advertising, branding, entertainment, media, publishing, telecommunications, and education/training.

Writer and producer Lou CasaBianca has joined ContentWorld Publishing Ventures as CCO (chief content officer) and editor-in-chief. Mr. CasaBianca will guide the development of Content. He will also direct the company's Web products and conference activities. Mr. CasaBianca joins CPV president and publisher, John P. Noon, the founder of ContentWorld Publishing Ventures to develop a new integrated family of Internet, magazine, digital media, and conference products and services.

"We are delighted that Lou CasaBianca has joined ContentWorld Publishing Ventures," says Noon. "His deep understanding of digital media and Internet technology combined with his strong first-hand involvement in the content creation and asset management communities, will help us build a powerful, knowledge-driven suite of brands and products. Lou brings a wealth of production and publishing expertise grounded in broadcast, new media, audio, film, video, HDTV, and Internet industries."

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