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trade journal

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(Commerce) a periodical containing new developments, discussions, etc, concerning a trade or profession
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May 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- For the second year in a row, the Western Publishing Association's Maggie Awards have named Nutritional Outlook magazine Best Trade Publication (Circulation under 50,000).
It will be published 12 times a year and will be distributed on a controlled basis and will serve "the professional landscaping industry in ways not seen by a trade publication targeting the green industry," the company said.
From the mid-1980s, he served as publisher for the California Apparel News, a trade publication of which he was part-owner.
Indeed, the development of healthier products by snack food makers has pushed sales to $400 million in 1992, up 43 percent from the previous year, according to the trade publication Prepared Foods.
Prior to JM Northern, Jon served as publisher and founding member of Airplay Monitor, Billboard Publications' fastest growing trade publication in its history.
Hanley Wood group publisher Rick Strachan said the acquired magazine "is the only trade publication exclusively dedicated to the deck, dock and railing industry and the products and advertisers complement our existing publications.
Not everyone is aware of our international mining solution skills and this trade publication will tell that story," she said.
Here are some trend predictions from Michelle Lamb, senior editor of The Trend Curve, a home furnishings trade publication.
The resulting programs recently won national Best of NAMA Awards, sponsored by the National Agri-Marketing Association, in three categories: new product introduction, black & white or color spread -- single, and trade publication ad -- series.
Separately, the weekly trade publication reports that Toyota Motor Corp.
The Pokemon trading card game is probably the hottest card on the market right now, so it's great timing to buy Wizards of the Coast,'' said Cliff Annicelli, the managing editor of Playthings magazine, a monthly trade publication.