Defiant ad forecast

Nicholson, Joe
January 1999
Editor & Publisher;01/02/99, Vol. 132 Issue 1, p26
Trade Publication
Reports that forecasters at leading newspaper advertising rep firms in the United States are optimistic that newspaper advertising spending will continue its solid growth in 1999. Optimism about the economy; Remarks from newspaper executives; Stable newsprint prices projected by Sawyer Fergusson Walker.


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