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3 campus news services graduate to Florida
Three news services geared to college and high school newspapers have been sold by Denver-based Interrobang Inc. to Tribune Media Services, a subsidiary of Chicago-based Tribune Co.
The services have been moved to Orlando, Fla., home of Tribune Media.
College Press Service, in existence since 1963, provides college news to 610 college newspapers and about 20 metropolitan daily newspapers. It is updated twice weekly and distributed by mail or computer.
The news service was bought in 1978 by Interrobang, a company mainly owned by Bill Sonn, president of Interrobang, and Ed Stein, the Rocky Mountain …