Mediastream signs two papers

March 1999
Editor & Publisher;03/27/99, Vol. 132 Issue 13, p42
Trade Publication
Reports that Knight Ridder's MediaStream Inc. of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania will provide archiving and document delivery for `The Buffalo News' and `The Sacramento Bee' newspapers. Availability of the archives through Web site.


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