September 2008
Outlook Weekly;9/11/2008, Vol. 13 Issue 11, p11
The article reports on the expansion of Outlook Media's flagship products in 2008. It says that "Outlook Weekly" will now be available in Cleveland, Ohio, has appointed Adam Leddy as managing director and is doubling its office space to accommodate its overall growth needs. It adds that "Radio Outlook" has extended an hour to 90 minutes while Networking Columbus has grown to become one of the largest networking event in Columbus, Ohio.


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