For Immediate Release
Contacts: Regina L.
Triangle Publishing Services Co. Inc.
IT Editorial Veteran and Web Multimedia Expert
Joins Triangle Publishing as VP/Editor-in-Chief
Technology Journalist To Oversee Triangle’s Patent-Pending
and Editorial Content Services
MA, January 9, 2001 — Triangle Publishing Services Co. Inc., a leading
content provider of print and multimedia-based business and technology
editorial, circulation and sales/marketing support, announced today the
appointment of Evan Schuman as VP/Editor-in-Chief.
of more than 20 years of editorial coverage ranging from network radio,
wire services and daily newspapers to technology publications and Web
sites, Schuman joins Triangle as the corporation is moving to increase its
multimedia offerings as well as expand its print and Internet editorial
products beyond its Information Technology (IT) base. Among the areas that
Triangle will be focusing more attention on are healthcare and finance,
was a pioneer in the corporate Web site content creation business, but our
clients’ needs are changing and we need to bring in different skills,"
said Triangle founder and CEO Larry Marion. "Evan’s background in network
broadcast and streaming audio and video are key to guaranteeing that our
media and vendor clients will be able to communicate using the most
effective technologies available."
also has been generating more traditional print editorial products than
ever, for publishers including CMP Media, International Data Group (IDG)
and BusinessWeek (see
separate release), as well as customized print and Web products for
companies such as Microsoft, Compaq and Oracle. "The reason I felt this
was such a fit was because Evan is not merely a Web multimedia specialist,
but he’s as much a print editorial veteran as the rest of us."
experience was racked up in recent years from Schuman’s editorial
management roles during his 11 years at CMP Media, where he served in a
variety of posts including News Editor for InformationWeek,
Managing Editor/News for Open Systems Today, Editor-in-Chief of
the Internet Business Report (newsletter), News Editor for TechWeb
and Editorial Director for CMP Custom Publishing. Before CMP, his bylines
appeared in daily newspapers ranging from The New York Times
(national desk), USA Today and The Baltimore Sun to The
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Philadelphia Inquirer and The
Detroit News. He also reported for the three major wire services (AP,
UPI and Reuters) and his voice was heard reporting national news on radio
networks including CBS, ABC, NBC, CNN, National Public Radio, Canadian
Broadcasting Company, Mutual Broadcasting, AP Radio and UPI Radio.
leaving CMP, Schuman ran his own editorial/marketing consulting business,
where his clients included Intuit, IBM, Cable&Wireless, Capital One,
J.P. Morgan, Con Edison and OKI Data, as well as a wide range of media
clients including CMP, Ziff-Davis, Lebhar-Friedman and Penton Media (where
he launched Internet World Radio). Triangle has also acquired Schuman
Technology Editorial Consulting and its assets.
thrilled to be joining Triangle at this exciting point in its
development," Schuman said. "Internet technologies are rewriting the way
media companies and vendors need to communicate with their readers and
varied audiences. What makes Triangle different is that it can offer a
much more diverse range of editorial services. Try and find a company that
can truly deliver soup-to-nuts customized streaming audio, from concept to
journalistic interviews, digital editing, narration, re-editing, encoding
and transmission. But the most important attribute Triangle has is that we
help clients understand the most effective times to use each technology.
Certain concepts are most effectively presented to the ear, others for the
eye and yet others a mixture. Using multimedia doesn’t make sense if
that’s an ineffective method of communicating that particular message."
Larry Marion in 1994, Triangle officially incorporated in October 2000 and
filed two of its Internet technologies with the U.S. Patent and Trademark
Office this past spring. The Multimedia Feature Article™ (MFA) is a method
of integrating video, text, voice and screen images and was co-invented by
Schuman and Marion. The second Triangle patent-pending product is the
Interactive Analysis Tool™ (IAT) –a sophisticated interactive calculator
designed for IT users and business-to-business Web sites.
Triangle Publishing Services Company
Triangle Publishing Services
Co. Inc. is a leading editorial services provider for print and Internet
publishers and vendors. It provides the highest caliber editorial
consulting services, new publication development, multimedia/interactive
technologies and specialized content for publishers and vendors in the
information technology industry. It has produced publications and Web site
content for CIO, InformationWeek, MASG, Computerworld, Microsoft,
SAP, Compaq, Ziff Davis and the Peppers and Rogers Group, as well as other
publishers and vendors.
is a Newton, MA-based, private company comprised of 60 writers, editors,
art directors, programmers, sales executives and circulation experts. It
provides a turnkey solution for publishers and vendors who seek to
outsource some or all of their communications projects. Its special
services include: the design and development of paid or free publications
for B2B communications, supplements, redesigns, case studies and white
papers, as well as Web site design, content and maintenance.
For more information,
please go to http://www.triangle-publishing.com/.