About Us

CCO MagazineChief Communication Officers

A magazine for communication leaders


Published by Fibraco LLC New York



The eccoma.info – the Magazine of the Chief Communication Officers – was founded in 2006, founded and edited by Thomas Barat, the former Secretary-General, and later Vice President of the European Public Relations Confederation.

Since its establishment, the Magazine of the Chief Communication Officer has been publishing news and professional publications for communications executives and staff in organizations and prospective professionals in communications education.

CCO Magazine’s key subjects of expertise include applied communication, marketing communication, public relations, human relations, corporate social responsibility, mass communication, press, media, and journalism. Priority topics are publishing professional statements and opinions, events for communicators, ethical issues, and educational materials.

Our Staff


Editor-in-Chief: Thomas G. Barat

T.G. Barat is a journalist, photojournalist, foreign correspondent/editor, and Head of the NY Branch Office of a Hungarian-based Press Agency (WBPI) and TV Channel (Heti TV) in New York. He is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of CCO MAGAZINE – the Magazine of the Chief Communication Officers. He has expertise in writing, editing, and publishing. He was a TV talk show host on one of Hungary’s tv-channel called Budapest Television. Thomas Barat is a retired Professor of Communication, and he was the Education Director of the European Media and Communication Institute. He wrote 17 books in the field of Applied Communication. Mr. Barat was the President of the Ethical Committee of the Association of Hungarian Journalists and the President of Hungary’s Media Self-Regulatory Body.

Thomas Barat is a member of different professional organizations. Among others: The society of Professional Journalists USA, Association of Hungarian Journalists, Hungarian Public Relations Association, and Chartered Institute of Public Relations UK, he is the Founder and President of the American Hungarian Chamber of Commerce. Thomas Barat is the Director of Ethics & Compliance, a Member of the Board of The Association, and the Club of Foreign Correspondents in the United States (AFPC-USA)


Editor of the English Version of the CCO Magazine: Alan Herrera

Alan Herrera is an editor and reporter who has worked on interviews with such individuals as former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci; Maria Fernanda Espinosa, the current President of the United Nations General Assembly; and Mariangela Zappia, the Permanent Representative to Italy for the U.N. He has written about politics and LGBTQ issues for such publications as Salon and The Huffington Post and began his career working as an editor on the actor and activist George Takei’s social media team, specializing in breaking news and pushing progressive policy initiatives.

Alan Herrera is the Media Platform Manager of the Association & Club of Foreign Press Correspondents in the United States. (AFPC-USA)


Online Editor: George Adams 

George Adams – edited different online magazines e.g., WHJO, and EDEU, He began his career as a journalist and member of the Fibraco Press media team.


Media editor: Károly Wiedermann 

Károly Wiedermann is an editor and media professional with several years of television experience and years in Hungarian Television. He has worked as an editor, program director, production manager, and producer.


Photo and Social Media Editor: Anett Kőrösi-Fehér

Anett Kőrösi-Fehér is an editor and media professional with several years of online publishing experience, Photography, Writing, Graphic Design, Social Media Marketing, and Editing



Publisher: Fibraco LLC

2728 Henry Hudson Pkwy Apt B74 The Bronx New York 10463 USA

Publisher: fibraco@fibraco.com

Editor-in-Chief: tbarat@fibraco.com  / +1 201 270 8250

Phone / Fax: +1 646 929 4759


The main partners of the CCO Magazine


The Association of Foreign Correspondent in the USA





The Institute for Dispute Resolution (IDR) at New Jersey City University (NJCU)

Connecting Bridges and Borders Through Business Program


American Hungarian Chamber of Commerce