IDG reclaims Asia titles

By Craig Daveson in Media News on
IDG has reclaimed CIO Asia and Computerworld Singapore from Executive Networks Media which has decided to bow out of the publishing world.
 
IDG US & UK editorial director Matt Egan carried the announcement at the recently launched CIO-Asia.com website, which he said forms part of IDG’s growing commitment to the Asian IT leadership community.
 
“Our mission is to support and inform every IT purchase in the world. We engage with audiences in more than 140 countries, serviced by editorial teams based around 15 regional hubs in major cities that stretch from London to Bangalore, Munich to Sydney, New York to Seoul, Stockholm to San Francisco, and all points in between,” said Egan.
 
“Our sister company IDC is a regional powerhouse, and IDG Communications' Singapore office is already home to in-market commercial colleagues. We recently launched Channel Asia Singapore, and are committed to rolling out other country specific-publications under the Channel Asia umbrella, including Channel Asia Malaysia, Channel Asia Indonesia and Channel Asia Philippines.”
 
Channel Asia Singapore, which was launched in April, is headed up by IDG Australia staff including channel division president and publisher Susan Searle, editorial director James Henderson, and Singapore based senior tech journalist Mark Johnston.

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