Thomson unites two divisions

By: Editorial Staff

Thomson unites two divisions
Stamford, Conn.-based Thomson Newspapers has brought its topical content and online divisions together under one roof, a move designed to give clients easy access to both divisions.
The two units, formed in the past three years, are Thomson Target Media (TTM), which puts out 11 syndicated lifestyle publications; and Thomson Interactive Media, which markets Internet products including an Internet classified ad system and Web site development tools.
Paul Camp, TTM chief executive officer, was named CEO of the new group. In addition, Dan Uslan was named group publisher for two of TTM’s publications, Coverstory and ‘nology. Uslan comes from Atlanta-based Waterspout Communications, publisher of weekly niche newspapers. He replaces Susan DeJoris, who was TTM’s director of entertainment products. She left in January to pursue other interests.
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