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September 3rd, 2014
V1 Media Acquires Earth Imaging Journal

“The timing was right for EIJ to be combined with a proficient publishing firm that shares the same values as our expert staff,” said Jeff Specht, founder and current publisher of Earth Imaging Journal, and principal of Earthwide Communications. “I’m excited for EIJ to grow and continue meeting the demands of the dynamic Earth observation market.”

V1 Media is a global integrated media and learning company serving organizations and individuals that measure, model and manage our natural world as well as those that design, develop and engineer today’s built infrastructure. The company is focused on a better understanding of Earth systems and a better-performing built infrastructure.

“We’re excited to expand the online presence of EIJ and to get back into print,” said Matt Ball, founder and editorial director of V1 Media. “There’s a lot of new ground to cover with the successful launch of the next-generation Worldview-3 satellite, the expansive plans of new micro satellite constellation providers, and the emerging importance of unmanned aircraft systems.”

“The timing of this acquisition couldn’t be better in terms of planning for the year ahead as well as the increasing importance of Earth observation,” said Kevin Carmody, group publisher at V1 Media. “The marketplace has embraced the content and polished presentation of EIJ over the years. We’re eager to support that effort while also parlaying that experience into our new endeavors. It offers great synergy between our publications Informed Infrastructure, Sensors & Systems, Asian Surveying & Mapping, and GeoSpatial Stream. This acquisition will also help us better serve our advertisers.”

The transition will take place commencing with the November/December issue of EIJ, with online updates and other offerings ongoing.

About V1 Media

V1 Media publishes Earth Imaging Journal (http:/www.eijournal.com), Sensors & Systems (http://www.sensorsandsystems.com), Informed Infrastructure (http://www.informedinfrastructure.com), Asian Surveying & Mapping (ASM) (http://www.asmmag.com), and the video news site GeoSpatial Stream (http://www.geospatialstream.com). Each of these publications deals with the combination of sensors and systems for different geographies and for related disciplines. Engineering, surveying, positioning, GIS, BIM, and remote sensing are key areas of coverage with the goal of increased infrastructure performance and efficiency, and better stewardship of our planet. We deliver our content via print publications, websites, video, e-newsletters, e-learning, and events.