BusinessWeek.com Launches Lifestyle Channel: New Multimedia Section Includes Autos, Real Estate, Travel, Health and Living Well Sub-Channels

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BusinessWeek.com (http://www.businessweek.com), the award-winning Web site, launches its new Lifestyle Channel (http://www.businessweek.com/lifestyle) featuring Autos, Real Estate, Travel, Executive Health and Living Well sub-channels.

We are expanding our coverage to include topics that our readers have shown incredible interest in and offering them more multimedia and multiplatform opportunities.

    Targeting the affluent and aspirational reader, the Lifestyle Channel's coverage includes real estate, cars, travel, sports, style, wine & spirits, food & dining, shopping, art & culture and personal health. New content is published Monday through Friday, featuring articles, blogs, lists, videos and more.

The Lifestyle Channel will be led by Charles DuBow, Director of New Products for BusinessWeek.com. Prior to joining BusinessWeek.com, DuBow served as founder and editor of Forbes.com's lifestyle coverage from 1997 to 2006.

Additionally, each section contains franchise lists, such as America's Best Affordable Suburbs (Real Estate), China's Top Business Hotels (Travel), and the World's Best-Selling Cars (Autos). In addition to two existing BusinessWeek.com blogs, "Hot Property," which focuses on Real Estate, and "Auto Beat," the Lifestyle Channel will also host two new blogs: "The Business of Luxury," by DuBow which will look at the newest trends and most profitable companies in the worlds of luxury products and services, and "Traveler's Check," by editors Dean Foust and Justin Bachman, which will provide business travelers with insights, advice and a chance to vent their frustrations.

"With the formation of this new channel, we are creating the essential lifestyle resource center for the BusinessWeek audience," says BusinessWeek.com Editor-in-Chief, John A. Byrne. "We are expanding our coverage to include topics that our readers have shown incredible interest in and offering them more multimedia and multiplatform opportunities."

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BusinessWeek is a leading global business media organization, providing unparalleled insight and analysis to a worldwide audience of business leaders. Founded in 1929 and published by the McGraw-Hill Companies, BusinessWeek magazine is the market leader, with more than 4.8 million readers each week in 140 countries. Local language editions include Chinese, Russian, and Bahasa Indonesian. Launched in 1994, BusinessWeek.com is the preeminent provider of daily, essential business news, information, and services to business decision-makers. Reaching 85% of the nation's households, BusinessWeek Weekend delivers important business, consumer and financial news to television viewers every week.

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