K-III Communications creates a supplementals unit, changes name

November 1997
Electronic Education Report;11/05/97, Vol. 4 Issue 21, p5
Trade Publication
Emphasizes the effort of media conglomerate K-III Communications to capitalize on the growing school supplementals market. Comments from `Weekly Reader' president Richard LeBrasseur on the plans of K-III; Revenues as of September 1997.


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