Newspapers report `tidy' profits in '98

Moses, Lucia
February 1999
Editor & Publisher;02/27/99, Vol. 132 Issue 9, p14
Trade Publication
Looks at the economic performance of the newspaper industry in 1998. Factors that led to profits; Growth in ad revenues; Forecast for 1999.


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