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TechNet Magazine
Offices: Redmond, Washington & Jericho, New York
TechNet Magazine, a joint publication of Microsoft Corporation and CMP Media, is the definitive source for in-depth, hands-on technical information for IT Professionals using Microsoft products and technologies. TechNet Magazine provides in-depth, hands-on technical information that IT professionals can use in their daily work. TechNet Magazine will cover the most current solutions for managing IIS, Exchange Server, Active Directory, Office, Windows Server and much more.
Technology Review
Offices: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Technology Review is published by by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The oldest technology magazine in the world (est. 1899), Technology Review has a mission to promote the understanding of emerging technologies and to analyze their commercial, economic, social, and political impacts on society, government, businesses, academic institutions, and individuals. Our goal is also to assist business and technology leaders—CTOs, senior technologists, entrepreneurs, and venture capitalists—in shaping markets and driving the global economy.
Offices: San Francisco, California
TechRepublic is a premier IT-community web site. It's where the most IT professionals meet to solve their business technology problems in real time. Users tap into a trusted peer-to-peer environment to solve problems and use tools generated by experts in the IT community. TechRepublic also provides a large directory if IT white papers, webcasts and case studies.
Offices: Jericho, New York
The TechWeb Network is a uniquely valuable resource for IT professionals. offers the best of both worlds: A distinctive combination of top-notch original content and one-stop, contextual access to the resources of CMP's network of industry-leading technology publications. By focusing on the information technology categories that matter to enterprise IT managers, TechWeb's experienced team of IT journalists organizes a wide range of top-quality content to make your hunt for critical information more efficient.
Tech Wire Media
Offices: Washington, DC
Tech Wire Media publishes a series of a free daily email newsletter that summarizes the most important technology, venture capital and Internet stories, including: Bay Area Tech Wire—with a  focus on Silicon Valley and San Francisco; New England Tech Wire—with a  focus on the Northeast; Potomac Tech Wire—summarizing the business of technology in the Washington, DC area; Tri-State Wire—focused on New Jersey, New York & Connecticut; and, the Southeast Tech Wire.


Offices: London, England
TelecomsTech is a practical resource for the telecoms industry. Serving professionals, developers, operators, marketers, outsourcers and hardware manufacturers, it delivers the most insightful, informative and up to the minute blog & news content from around the web. They provide access to the latest thought leadership and operational and strategic developments from across the global telecoms industry. TelecomsTech is founded on the passionate belief that the latest technology and strategy should be simply accessible to everyone.
Television Broadcast
Offices: Jericho, New York
Television Broadcast (TVB) covers the business, technologies and innovations in today's television industry. It discovers and reports on workflow innovations and their integration within the industry from the perspective of the bottom line, return on investment and total cost of ownership to help television industry businesses become more cost effective and efficient. Television Broadcast specializes in the financial effects that equipment and system purchases have on facilities.
The Economist
Offices: London, England
The Economist online offers authoritative insight and opinion on international news, politics, business, finance, science and technology. They publish all articles from The Economist print edition (including those printed only in British copies) and maintain a searchable online archive that dates back June 1997. They also offer a variety of web-only content, including blogs, debates and audio/video programs.
The Gilbane Report
Offices: Cambridge, Massachusetts
The Gilbane Report is the most widely read newsletter covering content management technologies. They also produce educational conferences and provide consulting services to all types of organizations. Topics include content management, XML, e-catalogs, syndication, search technology, intranet publishing, document computing architectures, markup languages, corporate portals, enterprise information integration, digital asset management, and other technologies for processing and integrating unstructured data.
The Hollywood Reporter
Offices: Los Angeles, California
As much a part of Hollywood as the big sign on the hill, The Reporter has been the book of record for the entertainment industry for seven decades. The Reporter became an institution, publishing out of the same offices on Sunset Boulevard for more than a half century. Today The Reporter is owned by the Netherlands-based VNU, whose properties include Billboard, Ad Week and AC Nielsen.

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The Seybold Report
Offices: San Francisco, California
The Seybold Report is devoted to the cross-media tools, technologies and trends shaping print and Internet publishing. Each in-depth issue gets you inside the issues changing the marketplace every day. You'll also enjoy penetrating analysis of the business issues and market conditions that determine the success of new products, technologies and companies. Read about the latest developments in all these mission-critical topics.
Tribune Publishing
Offices: Chicago, Illinois
Tribune has been a major force in American journalism for more than 150 years. The company’s market-leading newspapers include the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Tribune and Newsday in New York. Tribune Interactive operates leading interactive news and information Web sites in major markets across the United States, including 18 of the top 30 markets. The sites attract more than 7 million unique visitors per month, and rank among the top 20 interactive news/information networks in the country.
Offices: New York, New York
Founded over 20 years ago as ShopTalk, TVSpy's daily newsletter, was introduced to help keep television executives in the know. To respond to the variety of emerging challenges and opportunities facing the television industry with the rise of digital technologies, TVSpy launched Next Generation TV in 2002. Today it has over 20,000 subscribers across broadcast, cable, satellite and broadband.
Offices: New York, New York
TelevisionWeek is the community newspaper of the television business. With their in-depth coverage of the people, events and trends that affect the industry, TVWeek keeps everyone who works in television informed—and involved—week after week. Their editorial content encompasses every aspect of the business: cable, broadcast, finance, regulatory, technology, advertising, production and distribution.
Offices: New York, New York
TWICE (This Week in Consumer Electronics) is the business-trade newspaper for retailers of consumer electronics, computers, software, video, telephones, blank media and major appliances. Their target audience: retailers of consumer electronics, computers, software, video, telephones, blank media and major appliances. TWICE is published 29 times a year.