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Terri Stone Named Editor-in-Chief of Creativepro.com

Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Press release from the issuing company

Livingston, MT - February 28, 2005 – Creativepro.com, the complete online resource for creative professionals, announces today the appointment of Terri Stone to Editor-in-Chief of Creativepro.com and Editor of InDesign Magazine. Terri brings 15 years of publishing experience to these positions. In five years at Macworld magazine, she covered many aspects of the market, and she oversaw the writers, editors, and content of the “Features” and “How-to” sections of the magazine. Prior to her work at Macworld, Terri was an editor at Publish magazine. She was responsible for the reviews section, and she wrote and edited stories for all other areas of the magazine and its web site. Terri has also spoken at conferences and contributed to books for creative professionals. “Terri’s knowledge, enthusiasm, and industry experience make an all-star, winning combination,” says Andrew Field, CEO of PrintingForLess.com, parent company to Creativepro.com. “We are confident that Terri will expand the Creativepro.com community and enrich InDesign Magazine.” Terri intends to ground her new position in a respect for the already successful aspects of the publications, while being open to fresh opportunities and directions. “I’ve been an avid reader of Creativepro.com since it began,” Terri says. “The site has high standards, and I’ll maintain those. I’ll also work with the rest of the team and with our groundbreaking parent company, PrintingForLess.com, to better serve our existing readers and to reach out to a new audience.” “Working with David Blatner on InDesign Magazine is another unparalleled opportunity,” she continues. “It’s a young publication, but it’s already a success story.”

 

 

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