Notice anything?

05/01/2000
Do you notice anything different about this issue of Oil & Gas Journal?Of course you do. Much has changed: the cover, the page design, the type sizes, the organization.And that's just the beginning.All this happens in service to a strategy of media integration-a strategy that will offer you much more than a magazine and affiliated web site.The magazine's new look debuts at the same time that its web site, OGJ Online (www.ogjonline.com), takes a major step forward. Chief News Editor Anne Rhodes previewed that change in this space last week (OGJ, Apr. 24, 2000, p. 17).Multimedia channelThe parallel efforts central to this integration strategy mean that changes in print plus changes ...
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