SOURCE: American Business Media

November 09, 2007 13:02 ET

American Business Media Names Nicholas Ferrari Executive Vice President of Business Development and Joshua Kuvin Chief Technology Officer

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - November 9, 2007) - American Business Media (www.americanbusinessmedia.com) is pleased to announce the addition of two industry executives, Nicholas J. Ferrari and Joshua S. Kuvin, to its staff.

Nick Ferrari, former CEO of Erdos & Morgan, was appointed executive vice president of business development, in charge of the Association's membership sales efforts, effective October 29, 2007.

"Nick comes to ABM with a breadth of experience in b-to-b that includes a rich background in marketing, advertising, communications and research spanning more than 20 years," said ABM president and CEO Gordon T. Hughes II. Ferrari's depth of experience also includes business development, market strategies and tactics, client services and consumer publishing. In his former role, Ferrari has led Erdos & Morgan's custom and syndicated research initiatives both nationally and internationally.

"Nick brings an outstanding capability to expand the Association's membership," added Hughes. "From traditional print-based media companies to new digital information companies as well as the face-to-face industry, Nick has extensive connections to Madison Avenue, the Beltway and Wall Street."

ABM also welcomed award-winning producer and editor Joshua Kuvin as Chief Technology Officer, effective November 5, 2007. Kuvin brings more than 15 years of network television news experience and an array of programming and technology expertise. He's held positions most recently with Dan Rather at HDNet and NBC News, where he was a developer and project leader of new technology eTranscription, as well as NBC Sports, Dateline NBC, and Jane Pauley's Profiles. Prior to NBC, Kuvin was technical director of Sports Center for the Madison Square Garden Network, Wall Street Journal Television and ABC News.

"We are delighted to bring Josh on board, and believe that his background and experience in both digital and electronic offerings, as well as his video production and writing skills, illustrated by his numerous awards, will be an outstanding edition to the ABM staff," said Hughes.

Kuvin is the winner of numerous production awards, including 11 Emmy Awards, the prestigious Edward R. Murrow Award, a Columbia DuPont Award for coverage on Hurricane Katrina, an Overseas Press Club Award for Tom Brokaw's special about The Golden Venture, a Polk Award, Headliner Awards and a Clio Award.

Contact Information

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    Mark Flythe
    Manager of Communications
    American Business Media
    212.661.6360 ext. 3326
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