InternetWeek Seeks to Boost Circulation 28 Percent

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InternetWeek, the weekly Internet business and technology publication, plans to boost its circulation 28 percent this year to 275,000.


The increase is scheduled to take effect with its Dec. 4 issue, according to its publisher, CMP Media, Manhasset, NY.


CMP Media said more people in the traditional corporate structure are getting involved in the e-business process, and the publisher wants to deliver a more diverse editorial product to those readers.


The magazine is adding new sections and is beefing up its research, reader polling and seminar programs.
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