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One of the world's largest enthusiast media companies, Active Interest Media publishes leading consumer magazines such as Yoga Journal, Backpacker, SKI, Skiing, Vegetarian Times, Yachts International, Sail, Power & Motoryacht, Black Belt, American Cowboy, Spin to Win Rodeo, Practical Horseman, Dressage Today, Log Home Living, Old House Journal, Country's Best Cabins and more.
At a very impressive function held at Hotel Pan Pacific Singapore, the House Journal of IDBI Bank Shree Vayam was awarded the Best in House Magazine Trophy.
Even The Spectator, house journal of the hardliners, said: "Once again, the Tory Party is at war with itself If it cannot govern itself, why should it be entrusted with a country?
Edmonton House Journals, Correspondence & Reports 1806-1821 edited and introduction by Ted Ninnema and Gerhard J.
As early as 1848, nearly 100 years after the legislature convened in Thomas Jefferson's "Temple on the Hill," the first mention of pages appears in the Senate and House journals.
In 1993 the Society adopted the Journal of Evolutionary Economics, founded in 1991, as its house journal.
Integrate the partnership into region's strategic direction and programming and to drive performance by including progress reports at board meetings, leadership conferences, national conventions, regional conventions and in house journals.
Clem Labine, founder of the Old House Journal, and an ex-McGraw-Hill exec, said what he liked best about the business was that "my lips never had to come in contact with any portion of the anatomy of an advertiser.