Edith Roman Wins Fairchild Lists

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Edith Roman Associates, Pearl River, NY, announced yesterday it was awarded list management duties for eight business magazine files from Fairchild Publications Inc., effective immediately.


The Fairchild Publications Master File has 191,400 active subscribers across the firm's industry-specific titles including Women's Wear Daily, InFurniture, Home Furnishings News, Definitive News Record, Footwear News, Children's Business, Executive Technology and Supermarket News. Base price for the master file is $115/M.


These individual title files are also available through Edith Roman now:


· Women's Wear Daily has 49,700 active subscribers and a base price of $135/M.


· InFurniture has 18,100 active subscribers and a base price of $110/M.


· Home Furnishings News has 20,800 active subscribers and a base price of $110/M.


· Definitive News Record has 13,000 active subscribers and a base price of $120/M.


· Footwear News has 14,000 active subscribers and a base price of $115/M.


· Children's Business has 12,800 active subscribers and a base price of $110/M.


· Executive Technology has 26,300 active subscribers and a base price of $175/M.


Selections on these files include job title, industry, geography and gender.


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