Singapore (PRWEB) September 29, 2008
Asia's leading Enterprise IT publisher -- Fairfax Business Media Asia (FBM Asia) -- has expanded its regional newsstand and paid circulation channels to satisfy demand for the broader availability of its print titles.
The move makes FBM titles -- MIS Asia, CIO Asia, Computerworld Singapore, and Computerworld Malaysia -- available in major regional bookstores across Asia.
These outlets include: Singapore (Borders, Kinokuniya, MPH Bookstore, Page One and Times Newslinks); Malaysia (MPH, Popular, Kinokuniya, Borders, My News and Guardian); and Hong Kong (Dymocks , Page One, Cosmos Books, Jumbo Grade and Commercial Press).
MIS Asia will continue to be available in the Singapore Airlines Kris Lounges in all three Changi Airport terminals.
FBM Asia's Director and Publisher, Andrew Smart, said that although FBM was a B2B publisher with controlled circulations, the expanded retail distribution was in response to the increasing demand for the magazines by senior IT executive readers.
Smart said the circulation expansion would also make it more convenient for new readers to access the hard copy publications, which were the brand anchor within FBM Asia's integrated media model including online and event channels.
"We launched our new enterprise IT web portal -- http://www.mis-asia.com -- in early August and we are pleased its key engagement measures are performing well ahead of expectations," he said. "We will also soon be launching several new e-newsletters as part of our commitment to provide our readers with convenience and targeted, up-to-date enterprise IT information."
"This new portal, and the expanded circulation system, further empowers our audiences to engage us as, when and how they wish. It allows our clients to use multiple, highly targeted ways to connect with our audiences throughout their campaign lifecycles."
Fairfax Business Media Asia publishes Computerworld Singapore, Computerworld Malaysia, MIS Asia and CIO Asia magazines. It is part of Australia's Fairfax Media, Australasia's leading media company with titles such as the Australian Financial Review, Business Review Weekly, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Melbourne Age, The Sun-Herald and The Canberra Times.
MIS (Managing Information Strategies) Asia is the leading IT management magazine circulated to some 10,650 CIOs and senior IT management in Asia's large to medium-sized enterprises, encouraging business-guided IT strategy by offering case studies and best practices. In July 2007, MIS Asia won the Best Business Technology Title award for the second year, at the MediaConnect Asia Technology Journalist Awards 2007.
Computerworld -- Computerworld Singapore and Computerworld Malaysia magazines carry a stimulating mix of analytical reporting, in-depth discussions of current and emerging technology trends, enterprise IT, plus key technological developments and solutions that have an impact on regional IT professionals. Last month, Computerworld Malaysia received an honourable mention at the MediaConnect Asia Technology Journalist Awards 2007.
CIO Asia Magazine -- This respected magazine links CIOs and senior executives with business strategy and technology innovation. It builds the IT business case for the highest-level members of the executive suite, and is aimed at the C-level leader who needs to know the business essentials of IT, with enough technical information for informed decision-making. CIO magazine gives the budget proposers (for example, the CIO) the means to drive strategy and the budget gatekeepers (such as the CFO and CEO) the means to judge its value.
For inquiries on the FBM Asia expanded circulation:
Contact: Andrew Smart - W: +65 6395 8059 - M: +65 9873 3306 - E: firstname.lastname@example.org
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