We are seeking a seasoned sales professional to sell both print and online advertising in west coast territory for 2 leading enthusiast magazines and 3 websites in the home entertainment/consumer electronics industry.
Strong sales, presentation and negotiating skills
Develop new and cultivate existing business within the region (consultative sales skills a must!)
Ability to develop key client, agency and industry relationships at all levels.
Innovative and creative sales approach with strong business acumen
Must be well organized and have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Promote and sell high-profile special projects (i.e. single-sponsored special sections, supplements, online events)
Travel for in-person client meetings and tradeshows
Prospect within territory for all potential advertisers
Maintain and grow substantial existing advertising base
Maintain database of all advertisers and prospects within territory
Plan and execute strategy to communicate features/benefits of all products to prospects and advertisers
Know all products and how to best present them
Follow through on sales and commitments with advertisers, prospects and peers
Submit thorough, accurate, timely reports and paperwork
Research prospects and advertisers to be familiar with their businesses
Revenue growth for online, print, events, sponsorships and custom publishing
Experience in making sales calls and closing business is a MUST
On Monday, July 2, 2001, Primedia announced that it has agreed to acquire emap usa from Emap plc. This transaction, which will create the second largest magazine company in the United States, is currently under a customary regulatory review. It is expected to close during the third quarter of the calendar year.
In an "increasingly complicated and competitive media environment," public broadcasting intends to be there. So declared the Corporation for Public Broadcasting on March 30, when it announced an almost $2 million investment in projects for National Public Radio and Public Interactive. CPB has long held the intellectual high ground in broadcasting, and its new investments are intended to continue that tradition. The goal of the program is to create "new content and services which will broaden the public square of ideas and civic discourse," according to a corporate press release.
Hard as it is to believe, next year will be the 40th anniversary of Stereophile's famed "Recommended Components" feature. J. Gordon Holt first set the list to paper when the Beatles were first breaking big in the US, and its April and October appearances have stood as biannual audiophile institutions ever since.
Loudspeaker Cables & Interconnects Editor's Note: Rather than place cables in the usual "Recommended Components" classes, we've just listed those cables that members of the magazine's review team either have chosen to use on a long-term basis or have found to offer good value for money. They are therefore implicitly recommended. Where a cable has been found to have specific matching requirements or an identifiable sonic signature, it is noted in the text. "Try before you buy" is mandatory with cables; many dealers have a loaner stock to make this easier.