After 16 years with the PCMag — first in print and later solely online — Lance Ulanoff (left) is leaving the Ziff Davis brand for “other interests.”
Costa (right) joined PCMag in 2005 as senior editor. Before that, he was Editor of the CNET Fortune Technology Review, managing editor at Workstationplanet.com, and columnist at Computer Shopper.
“It’s an honor to take on leadership of one of the most trusted and valued media brands in the tech category,” said Costa in a new release. “I look forward to building upon our current success of being the consumer’s primary source for timely and reliable information about new products and new technologies.”
After 27 years in print, the January, 2009 issue of PCMag was the final edition. In February of that year, the brand went 100% digital. In the last year alone, the Ziff Davis network of sites is boasting +75% growth in Visits and a +48% increase in Page Views
More in the press release after the jump…