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Reports that Online Inc. has announced that it will change the name of its magazine `CD-ROM Professional' to `EMedia Professional, The Magazine for Electronic Media Products and Users.' Name change starting with the January 1997 issue; Contact point.
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Reprints the article `Sony's CDL1100 Desktop Library Jukebox,' which appeared in the June 1998 issue of `EMedia Professional.'
- What's in a name? Guenette, David R. // EMedia Professional;Jan1997, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p6
Editorial. Provides information on the name change of the magazine `CD-ROM Professional' to `EMedia Professional.' Reason why the editors decided to change the name of the magazine.
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The article presents an introduction to a report of the American Association for Public Opinion Research published in "Public Opinion Quarterly."
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This section presents a list of reviewers who have generously contributed their time and skills to the journal 'Public Opinion Quarterly' by refereeing manuscripts between September 2001 and August 2002.
- Back_Cover. // Public Opinion Quarterly;Spring2014, Vol. 78 Issue 1, pNP
The back cover of the scholarly periodical "Public Opinion Quarterly" is presented, which includes a table of contents.
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The table of contents for the Spring 2014 edition of the scholarly periodical "Public Opinion Quarterly" is presented.
- Front_Cover. // Public Opinion Quarterly;Spring2014, Vol. 78 Issue 1, pNP
The front cover of the Spring 2014 edition of the scholarly periodical "Public Opinion Quarterly" is presented.
- Reader's advice. E. W. B. // Columbia Journalism Review;Jan/Feb1978, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p18
This section informs readers that early in 1978 the Columbia Journalism Review will be systematically sampling the opinions of a small cross-section of subscribers, asking them questions about the state of journalism and about national and local issues pertaining to journalism.