Kimberly Maul

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'PRWeek' Seeking to Fill Vacant Reporter, Editor Positions - Posted November 1, 2010
As we've reported previously, PRWeek's corporate reporter Kimberly Maul and ... [PRNewser]

Erica Iacono Leaving 'PRWeek' for Ketchum - Posted October 27, 2010
Update: PRNewser had a brief conversation with PRWeek EIC Steve Barrett, who had no further comment besides the one submitted via e-mail by Haymarket MD Lisa Kirk. In addition, he said we'll "soon see adverts" t... [PRNewser]

'PRWeek' Reporter Kimberly Maul Heads to EMarketer - Posted October 22, 2010
Kimberly Maul, PRWeek's corporate reporter, is leaving the magazine to join eMarketer... [PRNewser]

Kiss Hires Levine Communications Office - Posted October 12, 2009
"Rock band Kiss hired Levine Communications Office for PR as it releases its first album in 11 years, Sonic Boom," reports PRWeek's Kimberly Maul... [PRNewser]

BISG and Green Press Initiative Tackle Environmental Issues in Publishing - Posted August 13, 2007
Per the Book Standard, The Book Industry Study Group and the Green Press Initiative have joined forces to study the book industry's impact and progress with environmental initiatives. The U.S. Book Indus... [GalleyCat]

Ingram Partners with Microsoft Live Book Search - Posted June 21, 2007
The Book Standard's Kimberly Maul reports that Ingram has agreed to partner with Microsoft, providing high-volume scanning, content acquisition, metadata management and account management for publishers in Microsoft's Live Search Bo... [GalleyCat]

And even bigger changes at VNU - Posted January 5, 2007
PW Daily reports that as part of an evaluation of VNU's business portfolio, several changes are taking place on the literary group side. Jerome Kramer, managing director and editor-in-chief of VNU's literary group (the parent company of Kirkus and The Book Standard) is leaving the company while two other Book Standard... [GalleyCat]