Information Today Acquires Knowledge Asset Media

Posted on December 28, 1999

Information Today, Inc. (ITI) has acquired Knowledge Asset Media (KAM), including KMWorld magazine, the KMWorld.com website, and the KMWorld Conference and Exposition and related assets from Bill Communications (New York). KAM's properties address the emerging information technology and business practices sector known as knowledge management. Based in Camden, Maine, KAM publishes the 90,000-circulation KMWorld magazine which serves senior business and information systems executives who are involved in knowledge management.

KAM founder Bruce Taylor will continue as editor and publisher. "Our team is excited to be a part of the future of the Information Today family," says Taylor. "This is a critical time in the rapid evolution of the knowledge management from bleeding edge two years ago to mainstream enterprise concern on the radar screens of over 90 percent of the Global 1000 CEO's. KMWorld is best positioned to help this market continue its explosive growth."

Information Today, Inc. is the publisher of Information Today, a newspaper for users and producers of electronic information services and products. In addition to publishing, ITI is also the organizer and sponsor of conferences for the library and information professional communities, including: the National Online Meeting, Internet Librarian, Computers in Libraries, and Internet Librarian International (London).

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