and buffs to a resource for amateurs, from vendor-oriented to member-oriented, from near-scholarly to practical, from esoteric to commercial, and from 100 percent staff-contributed to 70 percent free-lance written. 9 Those shifts, although following a path different from that originally intended, have increased readership by responding to readers' initiatives.
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Publication information: Book title: American Mass-Market Magazines. Contributors: Alan Nourie - Editor, Barbara Nourie - Editor. Publisher: Greenwood Press. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 1990. Page number: 107.