- Libel victory. // Quill;Sep93, Vol. 81 Issue 7, p15
Reports on newspaper USA Today's winning of libel lawsuits brought in Alabama federal courts by two racetrack investors. Basis of lawsuits; Correction of information.
- Good news is no news. Remnick, D. // Esquire;Oct87, Vol. 108 Issue 4, p156
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- USA Today Web site balances huge load. Eddy, Andy // Network World;07/20/98, Vol. 15 Issue 29, p34
Presents information on the Web site of the `USA Today' newspaper. Average number of people who visit the Web site daily; Information on the `USA Today'; Details BIG/ip2 load-balancing servers used by the company; Comments from Matt Maier, Internet services manager for USA Today Information...
- `USA Today' sweetens pot for advertisers. Fisher, Christy // Advertising Age;3/8/1993, Vol. 64 Issue 10, p13
Reports that `USA Today' is trying to persuade broadcast advertisers to add print to their media mix with a new upfront advertising package. Offering a flat discount rate to advertisers who sign an annual contract to buy a minimum of $1.75 million in advertising; What is included; Advertisers...
- At least it's free, right? Noah, Timothy // U.S. News & World Report;12/02/96, Vol. 121 Issue 22, p60
Focuses on the `USA Today' newspaper and its claim that it is first in daily readers. The newspaper's paid readership being less than that of `The Wall Street Journal'; The discounted newspapers which are sold to hotels, airlines, and restaurants which are then supposedly given without charge...
- W's, L's, RBIs, even the wind. // Newsweek;4/30/1990, Vol. 115 Issue 18, p67
Reports that USA Today newspaper which has set the pace since 1982 for baseball esoterica, has added seven new categories and more information to the old, in its newspaper this season.
- The McPaper route. Hammer, J. // Newsweek;4/27/1992, Vol. 119 Issue 17, p58
States that for all of its improvements and impact on American journalism, ` USA Today' is still operating in the red, largely because advertisers haven't warm ed to it. The paper's huge production costs; Spread of its stylistic innovations; Improvements in the editorial section.
- `USA Today' launches top-50 bestseller list. O'Brien, Maureen // Publishers Weekly;11/1/1993, Vol. 240 Issue 44, p7
Reports on `USA Today' newspaper's launching of its own bestseller list on the last week of October, 1993. List based from 3,000 bookselling outlets sales; Tuesday as cut-off for weekly lists; Use of computerized modem; Lack of divisions; Entry of hardcovers.
- New print site. // Editor & Publisher;9/11/93, Vol. 126 Issue 37, p19
Reports on the printing of `USA Today' newspaper's International Edition in London, England via satellite. Newsfax International Ltd. as printer; Other printing sites of the edited version of the paper.