In The Press

No Savage, less Steinberg in Sun-Times June 06, 2013

"I realized it wasn't just the cost," said Terry Savage. "They just didn't want me." The Sun-Times was Savage's base, the paper she was identified with when she appeared on television and the website; but her column also ran in other, smaller papers, and she'll go on writing it for distribution by Creators Syndicate.

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Richard Thompson On Ending His Beloved Comic Strip, 'Cul-de-Sac' October 16, 2012

There have been a limited number of success stories in the last several years regarding launching a new strip, and you can count Richard Thompson’s brilliant comic strip “Cul de Sac” among them. The wit and humor of the strip, rendered beautifully by Thompson’s elegant linework, instantly caught on with editors and quickly found its way into more than 150 newspapers. Unfortunately, the promise of “Cul de Sac” will be short-lived, as Thompson was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, affecting his drawing abilities.

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Syndicates Woo Newspapers With New Features, Package Deals - See more at: http://www.editorandpublisher.com/Features/Article/Syndicates-Woo-Newspapers-With-New-Features--Package-Deals#sthash.IhoZInke.dpuf July 11, 2012

The syndication business has seen many ups and downs in its more than 150-year history, but at no other point have the stakes been greater, and the waters choppier, than they are today. 

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Syndicates: ‘Ted’ Looks Familiar to Fans of ‘Imagine This’ Comic Strip - See more at: http://www.editorandpublisher.com/Columns/Article/Syndicates---Ted--Looks-Familiar-to-Fans-of--Imagine-This--Comic-Strip#sthash.OUwUUCgP.dpuf June 27, 2012

Amid the rise and success of hit TV shows such as “Family Guy” and “American Dad,” animator-turned Hollywood powerhouse Seth MacFarlane has been dogged with accusations of joke-stealing and lack of originality in his work. Now, cartoonists are pointing out the similarities between his new motion picture "Ted" and popular comic strip "Imagine This."

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Eager Cartoonist, Pulitzer in Hand, Leaves Newspaper for Public Radio - See more at: http://www.editorandpublisher.com/Syndicate/Article/Eager-Cartoonist--Pulitzer-in-Hand--Leaves-Newspaper-for-Public-Radio#sthash.XIG4rSvg.dpuf March 08, 2012

Readers of the Philadelphia Inquirer will see the last political cartoon penned by Tony Auth, a local legend and Pulitzer Prize winner who has drawn daily political cartoons for the same hole in the paper for the last 40 years. "I feel like a kid again," Auth said from his corner office at the Inquirer’s soon-to-be-vacated tower on North Broad Street. "I'm really looking forward to trying new things with my cartoons."

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Mobile Apps Are Next Frontier For Syndicates February 13, 2012

“Pearls Before Swine” creator Stephan Pastis realized there was a problem when he began talking to younger readers across the country. It seemed 20-something readers, more inclined to read news on their iPhones or iPads, never picked up a newspaper to become exposed to Pastis’ work.

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