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.
What does UPS stand for?
UPS stands for Universal Press Syndicate
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[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] STUART CARLSON * Milwaukee Sentinel * UNIVERSAL PRESS SYNDICATE HOW SOON CAN THEY LEAVE?
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.