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CINCINNATI, June 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Louis Graham, managing editor of The Commercial Appeal in Memphis since January 2011, has been promoted to editor, effective immediately.
For $39 a couple gets an hour's use of a shooting lane, two boxes of ammunition, two targets and two meals at the range's deli," the Commercial Appeal notes.
If there was a silver lining in last month's release of daily newspaper circulation -- which was down about seven percent, comparing the six months ending March 31, 2009 to the year previous -- it was that at least one daily saw a dramatic circulation increase: the Commercial Appeal of Memphis, Tenn.
In 1975, when the Bureau of Business and Economic Research at The University of Memphis and The Commercial Appeal first administered the Quality of Life Survey, the uppermost concern was that the survey measure the right factors.
Syncronex, a leading provider of technology solutions to the publishing industry, and The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, the most visited and most read publications in the Mid-South, announce The Commercial Appeal (CA) successful deployment of Syncronex's syncAccess authentication and pay meter solution for all of the publisher's digital products.
The Commercial Appeal is the Mid-South's largest circulation newspaper.
As Memphis's The Commercial Appeal reported on March 25th, "Under the agreement, the two mismatched states .
So, where is the commercial appeal of the show that's being prepared as a prime-time news special?