To Kill A Mockingbird Headlines "Re-Launch" of Caedmon Audio

March 2006
Book Publishing Report;3/6/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p3
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The article reports that Caedmon Records company will re-launch of the sound recording "To Kill A Mockingbird." According to the publisher of Harpermedia company Anna Maria Allessi, the audio release of Mockingbird is more of a rebirth for Caedmon than a re-launch and that they have already prepared its marketing budget.


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