Campus Safety Expands Print Edition, Unveils Hospital Security eNewsletter

LOS ANGELES – In an era when so many print and online publications are struggling just to stay afloat, Campus Safety magazine is bucking the trend by expanding its print offerings and introducing a new eNewsletter dedicated to hospital security.

Starting in 2011, the print version of Campus Safety magazine will be published nine times per year. The increased frequency means that university, K-12 school district and hospital security and public safety officials will receive even more information on the issues they care about most. Topics covered include Clery compliance, emergency alerting, disaster preparedness, hospital accreditation, active shooter response, systems integration, communications interoperability, officer management, incident response and more.

Additionally, the magazine will launch a hospital security eNewsletter focusing on security and public safety issues in the healthcare setting. Joint Commission accreditation, officer training, infant abduction prevention, video surveillance, access control, emergency preparedness and mass notification are just some of the subjects that will be in the spotlight. The new hospital security eNewsletter will be free and will allow readers to comment on articles, receive live updates on current events and access special content.

The expansion of offerings comes on the heels of a banner year for Campus Safety magazine. The redesigned www.campussafetymagazine.com and redesigned original weekly eNewsletter were unveiled in May 2010. The redesigned print version of Campus Safety was unveiled in July 2010.

Additionally, Campus Safety experienced a double-digit increase in revenue compared to 2009, and CampusSafetyMagazine.com’s page views increased 112 percent since August 2009. Also, the publication was designated 2010 Magazine of the Year by Bobit Business Media and was a finalist for the 2010 Best Public Safety Magazine Maggie award.

With an average of 4.7 people seeing each print issue (total readership is 84,600) and its impressive increase in online traffic, clearly, Campus Safety is the leader in delivering the critical content needed to keep U.S. universities, K-12 school districts and hospitals safe and secure.

To register for Campus Safety’s original weekly eNewsletter and receive updates about the new hospital security eNewsletter, visit http://www.campussafetymagazine.com/Enews/SignUp.aspx.

About Campus Safety Magazine: Campus Safety exclusively serves police chiefs, security directors, IT personnel, emergency managers, executive administrators and other community stakeholders involved in the public safety and security of major U.S. hospitals, schools and universities. Campus Safety is a product of business-to-business publishing company Bobit Business Media. For more information, visit www.campussafetymagazine.com.

Media/PR Contact:

Monique Merhige, President 
Infusion Direct Marketing, LLC
1-631-846-1558
monique@infusiondirect.com

Campus Safety Contacts:

Peggy K. Onstad, Publisher
Campus Safety Magazine/Security Sales & Integration
310-533-2477
peggy.onstad@bobit.com

Robin Hattersley Gray, Executive Editor
Campus Safety Magazine
310-533-2534
robin.gray@bobit.com

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