Black Book Photography, Inc., a Wholly Owned Subsidiary of DAG Media, Inc., Announces a Launch of a New Directory
Wednesday August 27, 4:03 pm ET
Black Book Photography, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of DAG Media Inc. (Nasdaq: DAGM - News), announced today the launch of a new directory. The Complete Industry Directory. The 2004 edition will be specifically designed to meet the needs of professionals who work with every aspect of photo, illustration, design, and creative studio services in the advertising and corporate communities. The book will be organized with sections that help users find their resource of choice in seconds. The advertising pages will be high quality, exciting, and represent listings around the country. The book will distribute to 23,000 qualified recipients every June.
Black Book President Ted Rubin remarked, "We are very excited about the addition of a new book that will add to our comprehensive coverage and visibility to the advertising and corporate communities. We are extremely confident of the success and acceptance of this desperately needed medium for providers to the creative industry."
With the 2004 edition, Black Book Photography celebrates its 35th year as the leading directory of commercial photographic talent. Virtually every year the Black Book has evolved. Now publishing four resource books and maintaining a leading web site for creatives to find quality talent. The advertising pages in the publications are high-quality full color reproductions of fresh, exciting work by talent from around the world.
DAG Media publishes and distributes three yellow page directories in print as well as photography and illustration directories. We also operate several web sites that complement our directories at www.newyellow.com and at www.blackbook.com.
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SOURCE: DAG Media, Inc.