Richard Landry Named Editor-in-Chief of Hypermedia Communications

Posted on May 19, 1999

Richard Landry has been named editor-in-chief of Hypermedia Communications, Inc. In this newly-created position, Landry will oversee the editorial strategy and direction of all Hypermedia products, including NewMedia magazine. Landry will continue to hold the title of chairman and CEO of Hypermedia Communications.

"Richard Landry has proven to be a visionary for NewMedia magazine," said NewMedia magazine publisher John Topping. "The unique talents and experience he brings to the position of Editor-in-Chief for Hypermedia Communications -- from both the editorial and business ends of publishing -- give us a critical advantage as we extend our brand into the world of the Internet."

"I am thrilled by the challenge of taking Hypermedia products, particularly NewMedia, to where we can more fully exploit our editorial relationship with the industry," said Landry. "The term 'new media' is now synonymous with rich media, and we fully intend to close the branding circle with a compelling and unique Web presence that will provide a rich experience for our sophisticated audience."

NewMedia magazine, is published by Hypermedia Communications, Inc. The magazine delivers an editorial package designed to serve the needs of senior managers and professionals responsible for driving Internet content and e-business strategy within their organizations.

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