The Water Cooler

Ives, Nat
December 2006
Advertising Age;12/11/2006, Vol. 77 Issue 50, p26
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the relaunch and redesign of "Radar" magazine by Maer Roshan. This is the third launch of the magazine. An investor group led by Yusef Jackson has promised to support the magazine for five years. "Radar" is his first media investment. Anne Perton is acting publisher and Barbara Reyes is the Creative Director. The team is working on a "Radar" concept for cable television.


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