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The Frank Romano Show Debuts on WhatTheyThink.com

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

One Hour of Entertaining Commentary on Industry Issues and Events November 1, 2006 -- Lexington, KY -- WhatTheyThink.com, the leading news and analysis site for the printing and publishing industry, today announced a new addition to its popular free webinar series. On Tuesday, November 21, 2006, from 2:00 to 3:00 EST, well-known industry pundit Frank Romano will debut a lively and entertaining program: The Frank Romano Show, the first in a series of quarterly webinars. “Give us one hour, and we’ll give you 60 minutes of news, commentary, opinion, feedback, interviews, factoids, and anything else that pops into my head,” said Romano in describing the event. “We will even take questions and award prizes for no apparent reason.” Frank Romano has annoyed the printing and publishing industries for over 40 years. Many know him as the editor of the International Paper Pocket Pal, or have read one of the hundreds of articles he has written. He is the author of over 44 books, including the 10,000-term Encyclopedia of Graphic Communications, authored with his son, Richard Romano, the standard reference in the field. He has been quoted in many newspapers and publications, as well as on TV and radio. “Frank is more conservative than Howard and more liberal than Rush,” said Randy Davidson, President of WhatTheyThink.com. “Join us for the slightly less serious side of the printing industry in the first (and perhaps the last) talk show (with slides) about printing and publishing and more.” Registration for this no-charge webinar is available at this special Web page: http://members.whattheythink.com/home/webinarregistrationform.cfm

 

 

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