PowerAdz.com buys CityPapers.com

August 1999
Editor & Publisher;08/28/99, Vol. 132 Issue 35, p40
Trade Publication
Cites PowerAdz.com's August 1999 acquisition of CityPapers.com. Purchase price; PowerAdz's goal of having a number of newspaper affiliates by the end of 1999; Newspaper clients of CityPapers; Addition to PowerAdz's overall page views and classified advertising counts.


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