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May 19, 1989 | From Associated Press
The New York Post's Sunday editions, which first appeared on newsstands just 11 weeks ago, will be cut in size and price next month because of a lack of advertising revenue, executives of the newspaper announced. The Post will reduce the Sunday edition's price from $1 to 40 cents, the price of the daily paper, and will abandon several supplemental sections beginning June 4, the newspaper's president, Valerie Salembier, said. "The advertising support wasn't there for a million different reasons," Salembier said.
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May 19, 1989 | From Associated Press
The New York Post's Sunday editions, which first appeared on newsstands just 11 weeks ago, will be cut in size and price next month because of a lack of advertising revenue, executives of the newspaper announced. The Post will reduce the Sunday edition's price from $1 to 40 cents, the price of the daily paper, and will abandon several supplemental sections beginning June 4, the newspaper's president, Valerie Salembier, said. "The advertising support wasn't there for a million different reasons," Salembier said.
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November 30, 1988 | United Press International
Try telling Valerie Salembier, the recently appointed publisher of TV Guide, that she has one of the most alluring jobs in the industry and, with an ironic smile, she'll beg to differ. "When I was 18, I was a receptionist in the central printing department at Time Inc.," said the 43-year-old executive at the world's largest circulation magazine. "I thought that was the most glamorous publishing job in New York.
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November 30, 1988 | United Press International
Try telling Valerie Salembier, the recently appointed publisher of TV Guide, that she has one of the most alluring jobs in the industry and, with an ironic smile, she'll beg to differ. "When I was 18, I was a receptionist in the central printing department at Time Inc.," said the 43-year-old executive at the world's largest circulation magazine. "I thought that was the most glamorous publishing job in New York.
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June 19, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Bank of Boston's proposed $2-billion acquisition of BayBanks Inc. won antitrust clearance from the Justice Department after the banks agreed to sell 20 Boston-area bank branches to a UST unit. . . . Hearst's magazine division named Valerie Salembier, president of Quest magazine, publisher of Esquire magazine. She replaces Lawrence Burstein.
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August 24, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Valerie Salembier, the New York Post's president the last 18 months, has announced her resignation. Post owner Peter Kalikow said he will reassume the title of president, along with his titles of publisher and chairman. "The past 18 months have been very rewarding, both personally and professionally," Salembier said. "The Post has made significant headway toward becoming a more responsive and efficient business organization."
BUSINESS
November 2, 1988
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. has completed its $3-billion acquisition of Walter Annenberg's Triangle Publications Inc. and installed new management at Triangle's No. 1 asset--TV Guide. Triangle also publishes the Daily Racing Form, and Seventeen and Good Food magazines. TV Guide, which is now part of Murdoch Magazines, a unit of New America Publishing, also announced that Joseph W. Cece, director of development for Murdoch Magazines, has been named president of TV Guide.
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April 5, 1989 | From Times wire services
The publisher of TV Guide, Valerie B. Salembier, has been named president of the New York Post, Post owner Peter S. Kalikow said today. Peter Price quit as publisher Monday to become a partner in an international television and radio company. Salembier, 43, a former senior vice president of advertising at USA Today, will assume Price's responsibilities, overseeing business, advertising and circulation.
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April 23, 1990 | BETTY GOODWIN and BILL HIGGINS
The 104th annual meeting of the American Newspaper Publishers Assn. was launched with parties Sunday night to help the country's 1,200-plus newspaper publishers get a jump start on the week's more formal convention concerns. Approximately 2,000 registrants and their spouses are in town for the ANPA's meeting.
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June 20, 1996 | PAUL D. COLFORD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES; Paul D. Colford is a columnist for Newsday
The appointment earlier this week of a new publisher at Esquire comes amid a glaring shrinkage of the men's magazine. The total number of ad pages for the year through July is down nearly 24% compared with the same period last year. The falloff is especially striking when the magazine lies alongside the fatter GQ. The rival monthly will have carried 736 pages of advertising through July, more than twice as many as Esquire, and is up in its ad count by 3.6% over the first seven months of 1995.
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March 31, 1998 | DAVID SHAW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Three years ago, Ford Motor Co. canceled its advertising in the New Yorker for six months after the magazine quoted sexually graphic rock lyrics in a column published next to an advertisement for Mercury. Last year, IBM pulled all its advertising from Fortune--and refused to talk to any Fortune reporters--after the magazine published a not altogether flattering cover story on Louis Gerstner Jr., IBM's chairman and CEO.
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