The magazine Asian Advertising and Media (A&M) has changed its name to Adweek Asia as part of a group reorganisation. The advertising, marketing and media industries title will appear every two weeks and will send a new electronic news service, Adweek Asia Bulletin, to subscribers every other week. Adweek Magazines president Mark Dacey said: 'We believe that the Asian market demands and deserves faster and more creative delivery of objective and relevant information and Adweek Asia will strive to provide that to its readers.' Existing A&M subscribers will be able to access news, features, research and data through the printed version, the e-mail bulletin and through the magazine's Web site at www.asianad . com. Last year, A&M was acquired by VNU subsidiary BPI Communications. Adweek Asia is now part of BPI's Adweek group of titles, which includes the US-based Adweek, Brandweek, Mediaweek, Marketing Computers and LUXE magazines as well as the recently acquired Clio Awards conferences, directories and on-line services. A&M publisher Leslie Burt will continue to occupy the same role at Adweek Asia, while Rhonda Palmer remains editor-in-chief.