December 1998
Editor & Publisher;12/19/98, Vol. 131 Issue 51, p24
Trade Publication
Presents two mass media-related news items in the United States for the week of December 19, 1998. Resignation of `USA Today' vice president for sales Janet Smith; Retirement of Bob Keim, president of Landon Associates Inc.


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