American Mass-Market Magazines

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5.
N. R. Kleinfield, "U.S. Geo Is Sold to Knapp: Woes Stymied Gruner & Jahr," New York Times, 18 September 1981.
6.
Janice Castro, "Geo Goes Upbeat--and Uptown," Time, 9 November 1981, p. 104.
7.
Kleinfield, "U.S. Geo Is Sold to Knapp," p. D3.
8.
William F. Gloede, "'Geo' Goes Off Without a Niche." Advertising Age, 21 January 1985, p. 2.

Information Sources

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Bruno, Rosalie. "Knapp Communications: A Publishing Success Story." Direct Marketing, May 1983, p. 24-26.

Castro, Janice. "Geo Goes Upbeat--and Uptown." Time, 9 November 1981, p. 104.

Dougherty, Philip H. "Geo Goes Nationwide in 4 Colors." New York Times, 2 January 1979.

-----. "New Look for Geo Magazine." New York Times, 29 October 1980.

Gloede, William F. "'Geo' Goes Off Without a Niche." Advertising Age, 21 January 1985, p. 2.

Hammonds, Keith. "A New Publisher Gives Geo Magazine a Facelift." New York Times, 22 August 1982.

Jones, Alex S. "Geo Magazine to Stop Publication." New York Times, 16 January 1985.

Katz, William. "Geo." Library Journal, 1 April 1980, p. 792.

Kleinfield, N. R. "Geo: Lime Green Edsel of a Magazine Searches for an Image That Works: It's Had Three Publishers and Three Editors in Just Two Years. And It's Still Leaking Red Ink." New York Times, 10 May 1981.

-----. "U.S. Geo Is Sold to Knapp: Woes Stymied Gruner & Jahr." New York Times, 18 September 1981.

Lachlan, E. C. "Geo Magazines Proliferate Around the World." Advertising World, December 1983, pp. 13-14.

Machalaba, Daniel. "Carving Out Identity Is the Crucial Task for a New Magazine: 'New View of the World's Is Promise of Geo, Monthly That Stresses the Off- beat.'" Wall Street Journal, 24 March 1980.

Millman, Nancy. "Geo Puts on a New Face." Advertising Age, 5 April 1982, pp. M2- M6.

Schardt, Arlie, and George Hackett. "Chapter Two Begins at Geo." Newsweek, 7 July 1980.

Wallach, Van. "Geo, Science 86: Some Success Stories Don't Work." Advertising Age, 10 November 1986, pp. 510-514.


INDEX SOURCES

Online databases of Magazine Index, National Newspaper Index, and Trade and Industry Index.


LOCATION SOURCES

R. M. Cooper Library at Clemson University, many other libraries.


Publication History

MAGAZINE TITLE AND TITLE CHANGES

Geo, 1979-1985.

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