A new manufacturing publication, Today's Energy Solutions, will launch early next year with four issues in 2008. It's to be aimed at companies producing solar-energy panels, wind turbines, and wave-energy installations, along with more-conventional power plant paraphernalia. The magazine from GIE gie
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Over at American Machinist, on the other hand, circulation is being reduced. The 130-year-old monthly, part of Penton Media Penton Media, Inc. (OTC: PTON.OB), founded in 1892, is a diversified business-to-business media company. Penton Media is a mass media corporation that publishes and produces over 40 magazines, 80 trade shows, and 47 web sites. (Cleveland, Ohio) has had a circulation of 80,000 but fewer than 55,000 business locations. So multiple copies were being mailed into the same factory, explains editor-in-chief Bruce Vernyi, and the cost-cutting move will put emphasis on internal pass-along. It will also enable maintaining a traditional feature "well" of pages within each issue, he says.