Media Manager Online: Open Edition

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  • Dead/suspended print/e-dition titles

    Ulwazi (Malnor); (Technews); ICT Directory (Technews); Lebone Youth Newspapers (Pacif Breeze Trading); African ID Lifestyle (KLK Communications); George News (Bitou News); Knysna News (Bitou News); Camp Rock (Disney Enterprises); Hospitality Secrets & Solutions (AA Travel Guides); KZN Farming Ukulima (Sky Blue Media/Media24)

  • New print/e-dition titles

    Agri Bulletin (Rural Media Group); Opulent Living (Newspace Publishing); Dispatch (CB Media); Marine Leisure (Redmond Publications); Aspire Magazine (Pent Communications); Wildlife Ranching (Agri Connect); Conference & Function Times (Spinner Communications); Access South Africa (Its Anytime); Break (Its Anytime); Diabetes Focus (DevAd Publishing); Green Times (Green Times Publishing)

  • Medium name changes

    Taxi World Vision to Taxi World (Musanda Media); Builder/Bouer, SA to Builder, SA (Malnor); Sake Rapport to Sake 24 Rapport (RCP/Media24); Rapport Tydskrif to Rapport: My Tyd; Raport Leef in Gauteng to Doen Dit

  • Publishing changes

    Limpopo Informant from Limpopo Informant to Northern Media Group (Caxton); South Coast Fever splits into South Coast Fever and Upper Coast Fever (Sky Blue Media/Media24); CTC Publishing change name to Tucats Media; Home Focus Magazine name change to Media Works

  • New editors

    Butler; Uncut; Impumelelo; Top 500 Best Companies; Top Women in Business; PositionIT; Newcastle Sun; Commuter SA, The; Kerkbode; Get It: Mpumalanga; Hoevelder/Highvelder; Lydenburg News; Doen Dit, Sondag; Mercury, Women's Health; Sunday Independent

  • Notice

    increasingly magazine publishers are disregarding the convention of providing new advertisers with 3 months notice of rate increases. Thus on 1st October most Media24 and Caxton magazine titles had not released rates effective for 1st January 2010 (nor had released rates them by 1st November)