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Andrews McMeel Universal -- based in Kansas City and founded in 1970 as the Universal Press Syndicate with one comic strip drawn by a Yale Daily News cartoonist, Gary Trudeau's "Doonesbury" -- markets comics such as "Garfield," "FoxTrot," "Ziggy" and "For Better or For Worse" and also once carried popular strips such as "Cathy," "Calvin and Hobbes" and "The Far Side.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] STUART CARLSON * Milwaukee Sentinel * UNIVERSAL PRESS SYNDICATE HOW SOON CAN THEY LEAVE?
Deal Announced with Universal Press Syndicate RALEIGH, N.
5 Years Ago: * The editorial cartoons of Glenn McCoy, who works for the Belleville News-Democrat, were picked up for syndication by the Universal Press Syndicate.
In 1985 the Universal Press Syndicate, which distributes Doonesbury, implored Trudeau to withdraw a series mocking the anti-abortion film Silent Scream.
com * Andrews McMeel, Universal Press Syndicate, 816-932-6700 * Day Dream Landmark, www.
Dale Hanson Bourke is a syndicated columnist for Religion News Service and Universal Press Syndicate.
When it was first syndicated nationally by Universal Press Syndicate in April 1999, it appeared in approximately 175 newspapers--making it one of the largest new releases in syndicated comic strip history.