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UBM

(United Business Media, London, England, www.ubm.com) A leading integrated media company that offers a wide variety of publications and services in information technology, electronics, healthcare and other fields. Founded in 1918 as United Newspapers, it became United News and Media in 1995 and United Business Media in 2000.

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In 1999, UBM acquired CMP Media, a Manhasset, New York-based media company that offered 45 print publications and 90 websites. In 1994, CMP was the first to establish websites for its print publications, and its Techwebsite provided the first online technology news service. CMP was founded in 1971 by Gerard and Lilo Leeds.
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com is set up in collaboration with UBM TechWeb, a global leader in technology media and professional business information.
7 February 2012 - Britaina[euro](tm)s United Business Media plc (LON:UBM) said on Tuesday it had, through its UBM TechWeb unit, taken over the US-based business of 4G World, an annual telecoms and wireless trade show, from Yankee Group Research Inc.
Global business media company UBM plc (LSE:UBM) announced on Tuesday that on behalf of UBM TechWeb, it has acquired the annual 4G World telecoms and wireless trade show from Yankee Group Research Inc.
UBM TechWeb Game Network, organizer of the industry-leading Game Developers Conference events, is pleased to announce that submissions are now open for the 2011 Independent Games Festival -- to be held at GDC 2011 in San Francisco next March.
Light Reading was acquired by United Business Media in August 2005 and operates as a unit of TechWeb.
UBM TechWeb, the global leader in business technology media and professional information, has announced the expansion and redesign of the Dr.
Light Reading (New York), a publishing, events and research company for the global communications industry and a unit of TechWeb and United Business Media, has acquired the "RCR Wireless News" database of 60,000 qualified email addresses
The communities are open, user-driven and hosted by TechWeb editor and community manager Kim Moutsos, an 11-year technology industry professional.
TechWeb, the global leader in business technology media, has launched the "Security Clan" (www.
Encino-based Marty Shindler was interviewed on TechWeb Aug.
David Gardner of TechWeb, "More than 250 Russian firms are presently involved in offshore software development.
In addition, there are worthwhile articles in the archives of Fortune, The Detroit News and TechWeb, as well as an important research report from Pegasus Research that can be seen at http://www.