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Articles from March 1997
Photographers report very low sales activity. Personnel changes indicate a re-assessment, but no new directions indicated yet. Problems in building a marketable file outlined.
This story explores the potentials for the New Media market as of early 1997.
The Picture Exchange, originally developed by Kodak and now owned by Sprint, effectively discontinues operations.
Survey shows stead growth in sales. Traditional sales more exciting than New Media. Numbers show some promise, but a long way to go before it has a major impact on the market.
Stock Workbook has launched an online site with emphasis toward the advertising and graphic design market. Over 40 agencies are currently on line.
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