In The Press

'Girls & Sports' Strip Attracts Young Readers -- and a Big Syndicate December 20, 2005

A self-syndicated comic carried by more than 175 papers will be distributed by Creators Syndicate starting Jan. 1, 2006.

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Syndicate: Nobody Pulls 'B.C.' Evolution Strip May 02, 2005

Yesterday's "B.C." comic tweaking the theory of evolution wasn't dropped by any of the feature's 1,200 client newspapers, according to Creators Syndicate.

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E&P Study: Percentage of Female Syndicated Pundits Barely Up Since 1999 March 15, 2005

The percentage of female opinion columnists on major-syndicate rosters has risen very slightly since 1999, according to an E&P study.

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Major Feature Changes in 'Wash. Post' March 01, 2005

There are changes happening at the Washington Post.

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Getting Your Daily Newspaper Strip Syndicated October 11, 2004

"Comic strips are distributed to your local newspaper through companies called syndicates. Syndicates process and provide exclusive content to newspapers. That content includes advice columns, opinion pieces and comic strips. Peanuts? Syndicated. Dear Abby? Syndicated. Arriana Huffington? Syndicated. And so on. "
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Bombeck Museum Adds 'GMA' Clips February 11, 2004

At The University of Dayton, where Erma Bombeck graduated in 1949, is also holding its biennial Erma Bombeck Writers' Workshop where "Agnes" cartoonist Tony Cochran of Creators will participate in a writing workshop.
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