August 1, 2013 Last Updated 3:52 pm

Custom Briefings,which partners with associations, rebrands as Bulletin Media, launches BulletinMedia.com

RESTON, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Custom Briefings, which partners with associations to deliver to their members the latest news directly relevant to their professions, today announced that it has changed its name to Bulletin Media LLC. As part of the rebranding, the company launched its new website, BulletinMedia.com.

“Importantly, the new brand will also allow us to more effectively communicate with advertisers about our network-wide opportunities, which span three dozen partner briefings.”
The refreshed branding reflects Bulletin Intelligence’s continued investment in the subsidiary and its efforts to more closely align it with the parent company and its sister company, BulletinHealthcare. The two subsidiaries publish daily, ad-supported briefings that are consistently rated as a top member benefit.

“The new brand and website will better support us as we pursue rapid growth,” said Michael Laxineta, president of Bulletin Media. “Importantly, the new brand will also allow us to more effectively communicate with advertisers about our network-wide opportunities, which span three dozen partner briefings.”

About Bulletin Intelligence:

Bulletin Intelligence delivers to senior corporate and government executives fully-customized briefings and dashboards that provide, as one Fortune 100 CEO described it, “The perfect antidote to information overload.” Its expert analysts work through the night to aggregate, analyze and distill to its core, and then deliver early each morning in a quick-read briefing format, all the latest news and other open-source information on an organization, its competitors and its issues from tens of thousands of sources. This is accompanied by media analytics that quantify the reputational effect of the positive/negative coverage on an organization.

About Bulletin Media and BulletinHealthcare:

Every morning, the subsidiaries deliver to nearly one million professionals a concise distillation of the latest news on their professions. These daily briefings are unique, as they come under the brand of any one of three dozen associations. Subscribers—the members of partner associations—rely on these briefings to prepare them for the work day ahead, and consider them as among the top benefits of membership.

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