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NewBay Media

NewBay Media, LLC is a magazine and website publisher founded in 2006 and headquartered in New York City.[1]

Acquisitions

In September 2006, NewBay Media (as an affiliate of The Wicks Group of Companies) acquired CMP Entertainment Media from United Business Media which yielded Guitar Player, Bass Player, Keyboard, Pro Sound News, Systems Contractor News, Residential Systems, Videography, Government Video, DV, Technology & Learning, and Television Broadcast.[2]

In 2007, NewBay Media acquired IMAS Publishing which yielded TV Technology, Radio World, Pro Audio Review, Audio Media, and some regional editions.[3]

In 2009, Reed Business Information sold TWICE, Broadcasting & Cable, and Multichannel News to NewBay Media.[4]

In early 2011, NewBay Media announced that it had acquired "Mix," "Electronic Musician," "Radio," and "Sound & Video Contractor" magazines from Penton Media.[5]

In 2012, NewBay Media bought the Music division of Future US.[6]

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