Worldata managing Linux Journal list

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Worldata is now exclusively managing the Linux Journal list. Readers of Linux journal are professionals and IT specialists who depend on the magazine's Linux tutorial breakdowns, product reviews and development tips for a range of related networks and systems.

“We are pleased to add the Linux Journal magazine list file to our portfolio of tech files,” said Jay Schwedelson, corporate VP of Worldata, in a statement. “The readers of such a specific publication, like this one, make excellent additions to the tech lists currently under Worldata management. Direct and interactive marketers targeting the technology buyer will significantly benefit with the ability to reach these professionals.”

The list has over 32,000 active subscribers in the US and is available for $195/M.

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