A mountain of media moves

Technical PR, Engineering PR, Industrial PR, Manufacturing PRWell, I promised you a bumper edition of media moves after my house move on Friday and this week certainly delivers. We have two new titles, one title ceasing print publication and a mountain of people moves. So much so that I’ve had to divide them into sections; happy reading...

Building and architecture
Blueprint, the monthly title for architects and designers has appointed former assistant editor Peter Kelly as acting editor from March 1. Congratulations Peter.

New title Specifier Select, a monthly magazine featuring the latest building products and systems will be aimed at architects and architectural technologists in the private and public sectors. Circulation will be 7,000 as well as 14,000 online via email.

New construction industry magazine Balcony Views will launch in April. The magazine is set to communicate ideas, innovations, practical information and design concepts to architects, contractors, developers and self builders. My intelligence tells me that this will be a colour separations only title, if you know better contact me on richards@stonejunction.co.uk.

Electrical and telecoms
As of the Feb edition, Total Telecom Magazine, a book aimed at those within the telecoms business, has ceased its print edition and moved solely online at http://www.totaltele.com/.

Across the pond in networking, Russell Drury has joined Network Communications News as assistant editor.

Helen Difford, commissioning editor of New Food, has joined European Pharmaceutical Review as in the same role.

Daniel O’Sullivan has joined Energy Intelligence as a reporter. Daniel was previously companies writer at Investors Chronicle and senior reporter at Project Finance International.

IT and new media
Sebastian Joseph, who previously interned at New Media Age has now been appointed editorial assistant at the publication – well done Sebastian.

Before I go - Manufacturing Week
And before I go, a quick mention for Manufacturing Week, the national even intended to celebrate British manufacturing and engineering. If you haven’t yet been involved find out more here. If you are interested, a good point to start at would be dropping you local MP an e-mail asking him to support local manufacturing.

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Richard Stone - Stone Junction

Stone Junction is a cool technical PR agency based in Stafford. We work for all sorts of businesses, with a particular focus on technology, technical and engineering companies. We like being sent cake and biscuits by clients, journalists and prospects.

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