E5 awards Edith Roman magazines' subscriber files

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E5 Global Media has retained Edith Roman-ePostDirect for management of its subscriber files. Edith Roman had managed lists for publications including The Hollywood Reporter, Billboard, Adweek, Brandweek, Mediaweek and Backstage when they were owned by Nielsen.

The files include the Adweek Mailing List, which contains 21,956 advertising professionals. More than 61,000 e-mail addresses and 16,546 phone numbers are also available.

The Brandweek Mailing List contains 24,931 advertising, marketing and sales professionals. It also includes 54,211 e-mail addresses and 15,202 phone numbers.

The Mediaweek Mailing List contains 19,780 decision makers from leading advertising, PR, TV, entertainment, publishing, media and interactive agencies. Also available are 54,031 e-mail addresses and 14,995 phone numbers.

The Billboard Mailing List comprises 19,556 subscribers throughout the music and entertainment industries. Outside postal, 104,065 e-mail addresses and 17,956 phone numbers are also available.

The Hollywood Reporter Mailing List reaches 35,247 executives in the entertainment industry. It features 52,103 e-mail addresses as well.

The Back Stage Mailing List contains 6,204 stage, TV and movie actors. 104,769 e-mail addresses are also available.

Finally, the Film Journal International Mailing List reaches 10,021 theater operators, producers, distributors, exhibitors, equipment and concessions managers in the motion picture industry.

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