Frommers

Revolving Door (0)

Who's coming and who's going. Tell us about your job move! Receive the Revolving Door Newsletter with expert analysis by email twice a week.
No Revolving Door results were found.

Related Content (0)

Articles, transcripts, and more, available exclusively to AvantGuild members.

No Related Content results were found.

Sightings (6)

Spotted around the media universe

Frommer's to Publish Again - Posted July 15, 2013
For some reason, it's a good day for print. Earlier we mentioned Allrecpies becoming a magazine, and now travel guide enthusiasts can rejoice, because Frommer's is back. The New York Times ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Frommer's to Publish Again - Posted July 15, 2013
For some reason, it's a good day for print. Earlier we mentioned Allrecpies becoming a magazine, and now travel guide enthusiasts can rejoice, because Frommer's is back. The New York Times ... [FishbowlNY]

Travel Reviews on Google, a More Social Salesforce, and the Worst Sentence of the Year [Podcast] - Posted August 14, 2012
On today's edition of mediabistro's daily podcast, Morning Media Menu, GalleyCat editor Jason Boog discussed a social network that's all business, travel reviews on Google Maps, and the worst sentence of the year. In the podcast, we speculated what would happen to the folks at ... [SocialTimes.com]

Google to Acquire Frommer's - Posted August 13, 2012
Google is buying Frommer's, the travel brand, from John Wiley & Sons, which has been trying to sell the brand since March. The Wall Street Journal reports that Google hasn't yet decided ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Google to Acquire Frommer's - Posted August 13, 2012
Google is buying Frommer's, the travel brand, from John Wiley & Sons, which has been trying to sell the brand since March. The Wall Street Journal reports that Google hasn't yet decided ... [FishbowlNY]

Let The Web Be Your Travel Agent - Posted July 3, 2007
The concept of free and Google Book Search and electronic publishing might scare off many a trade publisher, but for the right projects, perfect matches can be found. The WSJ's Jeff Trachtenberg looks at how travel publishers are embracing the web for their needs... [GalleyCat]

more...