CMP Converts Windows Magazine to an Online-Only Information Source

Posted on June 28, 1999

CMP Media Inc. has announced that it will cease publication of Windows Magazine's print edition with the title's August 1999 issue. CMP will continue to produce, which offers information, utilities and downloads to help technology buyers maximize their investments in Windows applications. The site delivers over six million page views a month.

CMP was recently acquired by Miller Freeman, Inc., a business-to-business media company, which publishes titles in the voice/data, Web design, and software development markets, among others. "The conversion of Windows Magazine is part of a process that will leverage the companies' combined assets to be the premier information provider to the markets that matter -- in print, online, and face to face," said Tony Uphoff, VP/Group Publisher of CMP's Business Technology Group. "We will accelerate investments in the business technology and communications markets, offering unparalleled reach to IS and networking buyers at companies of every size, to the people who manage, build, and design Internet solutions, to service providers, and to the computer telephony and software development markets," he said.

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