Newly launched uclick company de-links from Universal universe

Astor, Dave
March 2000
Editor & Publisher;03/13/2000, Vol. 133 Issue 11, p52
Trade Publication
Reports on Universal Press Syndicate's decision to spin off its online division Universal New Media. Decision to change the entity's name into uclick; Need to separate the Web company in order to be successful in the online marketplace; Services and content offered by uclick.


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