Archive: June 2001

NYTimes MarketWatching

June 25th, 2001 by launches a redesigned business section at The new section, featuring news and tools from, will provide enhanced financial news and information, as well as new stock research functions. New features include U.S.… Continued

New York, New York

June 25th, 2001 by

Sourcemine, a Los Angeles-based provider of software for PR, advertising and marketing campaigns, moves east to compete in the lucrative PR software market. From a newly opened New York office, Sourcemine will continue to market… Continued

Summer Reading

June 25th, 2001 by

The Public Affairs Council releases a new manual, “Winning at the Grassroots.” The manual covers campaign implementation from Internet advocacy, to local PR initiatives. For more information, call 202/872-1790 … The Foundation for Public Affairs… Continued

Job Tracker

June 25th, 2001 by

Seeking Financial Media Specialist Gavin Anderson & Company, a leading corporate communications and investor relations firm located in NYC is seeking an experienced financial media specialist. Applicants must have at least 5 years of relevant… Continued

This Just In…

June 25th, 2001 by

Vocus, Inc., PR software producer in Lanham, Md., raises $5 million in venture capital to be used for acquisitions and to open offices in Chicago and the U.K. PR Newswire becomes the official newswire at… Continued

IT Influentials

June 25th, 2001 by

Ziff Davis makes another contribution to the expanding crowd of pubs targeting the IT elite. On the heels of the CIO Insight launch in May, ZD debuts Baseline in October, with a controlled circ of… Continued

Examining Energy

June 25th, 2001 by

Energy Oildom Publishing Co. knows a ripe niche to mine when it sees one. As California braces for a dark, hot summer, this publisher launches Power & Gas Marketing. The monthly will focus on the… Continued

Bullish Redesign for Bearish Market

June 25th, 2001 by

Thomson Financial relaunches Investment Dealers’ Digest, a publication geared toward Wall Street. The pub now includes information on real estate and venture capital data, corporate and issuer profiles, as well as enhanced regional coverage. And… Continued

Downsizing News

June 25th, 2001 by

The Boston Globe ceases publication of the early edition of the Sunday Globe. (617/929-2000) … The Charlotte Observer reduces its regional news sections. The York and Gaston regional sections, which now run seven days a… Continued

High Roller TV

June 25th, 2001 by

Starting next year, a new outlet for PR pros representing luxury lifestyle clients will appear on cable. Scripps Network, parent company of cable networks HGTV, Food Network and DIY, will brave the weak ad economy… Continued