Fueled by the growth of the anti-war movementradical politicsthe Civil Rights Movement and the counterculture of the sthese publications appeared in virtually every city and large town especially college towns in the United States. At one point Newsweek estimated there were more than underground papers with a combined distribution of between 2 million and 4.
His directive was to professionalize the financial operations of the company, and prepare it to rapidly expand its footprint via acquisitions.
The other pillar, Phoenix New Times, continued to grow throughout the s. He returned to Denver in to become group publisher overseeing a of the NTI publications. Smith's sales and marketing skills kicked in; thousands of premiums were custom-made and delivered to potential advertisers followed by sales calls enticing them to run in the special issue, as well as in the weeks before and after its publication.
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In she authored "Worm Boys," a short story published in New Times for which she won a special award from the Columbia Journalism School. And unlike the free classifieds that were a mainstay of many alternative papers, a large portion of these were paid. In addition to the hundreds of display advertisers appearing in the papers every week, a classified advertising section began to grow.
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It was neither a hard-core underground publication nor a mainstream journalistic enterprise. It soon became the second largest online classified site in the U. Papers flew off the stands and the paper established a readership foothold in the Valley of the Sun. Like the Russian winter.
He has continued in that role at Voice Media Group. The year would prove to be the apex for NTI's revenue growth.
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