Relaunch of Bloomberg Businessweek honored at min’s annual “Most Intriguing” event
NEW YORK — Bloomberg Businessweek was named by Media Industry Newsletter as one of the Hottest Reinventions of the year at its annual “Most Intriguing” event in New York City on Thursday.
After being acquired by Bloomberg L.P. in 2009, Bloomberg Businessweek relaunched in April 2010 under the leadership of Editor Josh Tyrangiel. The new Bloomberg Businessweek features a redesigned cover, new sections and a completely retooled and enhanced navigation, delivering its 4.6 million readers more issues, more pages, more stories, and increased global coverage.
“This year Bloomberg Businessweek took an exciting step towards its future with the relaunch of the magazine and we are honored that min has recognized us for our efforts,” said Tyrangiel.
In addition to Hottest Reinvention, min’s “Most Intriguing” event also honors the 21 Most Intriguing People in Media, the Hottest Magazine Launches of the year, the 25 Most Notable Magazine Launches of the past 25 years and min’s 15-to-Watch. The honor for Hottest Reinventions is shared with Country Living and Health Magazines.
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