Meredith Corporation

The Meredith Corporation is a media conglomerate based in Des Moines, Iowa, USA. The company has two divisions, National Media and Local Media.

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Steve Lacy (businessman) - Meredith Corporation
... Lacy joined Meredith in 1998 as CFO, before moving on to successive positions as division presidents of Interactive and Integrated Marketing and the Meredith Publishing Group ... Lacy was named COO in 2004 and served as interim president of the Meredith Broadcasting Group from 2004 to 2005 ... over as CEO from retiring president Bill Kerr on July 1, 2006, and has continued expanding Meredith's interactive division, overseeing the acquisition of four ...
Meredith Corporation - Business Deals
... Meredith Corporation has over recent years through acquisitions and strategic partnerships, transformed the Company into a "360 degree" media and ... Zieser, Chief Development Officer of Meredith Corporation, has led the Company on these business activities, from the acquisition of the Parents, Family Circle and Fitness brands from European media ... also led and manages the acceleration of Meredith's consumer brands overseas, through over 35 licensing partnerships with leading media partners around the globe ...
WGCL-TV - History
... In 1998, Tribune swapped WGNX to Meredith Corporation in a three-way deal that saw Tribune acquire KCPQ in Seattle from Kelly Broadcasting that deal allowed Tribune to buy WATL outright the next year ... On June 20, 2007, WGCL's website underwent a redesign as part of a partnership between Meredith Corporation and Internet Broadcasting, following the successful testing of the websites of five of its ... WGCL's website was the sixth Meredith station website to switch from WorldNow to Internet Broadcasting ...

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