Computer Street Journal Fills Computer Periodicals Niche
What Tom Clark sees in the computer publishing industry is a glut of national magazines and a failure to communicate.
Somewhere beneath the avalanche of publications is an unfilled niche for computer periodicals focused on smaller markets, Clark believes.
""There's an overabundance of computer magazines right now and there's starting to be a shakeout,'' he said. ""All these publications are national in orientation and they don't really deal with a specific metropolitan or geographic area and the news that goes on in that city.''
Clark has launched the Computer Street Journal and plans to carve out a place in high-tech news with a chain of the locally …
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