Letter: Despite Changes, DM News' Continuity, Vision Are Assured

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While congratulations are extended to all, DM News' recent announcements are both joyous and sad ("Alam Khan Takes Over as Editor at DM News," March 27). Sad for DM News' loss of Tad Clarke, a good friend of direct marketing and a professional in every regard. Joyous for Tad in his new endeavor, and joyous for the promotion of Mickey Alam Khan, an equally good friend of the industry and a professional in every regard. Joyous also for publisher Adrian Courtenay, as you once again assure continuity, intelligence and vision in your continued successful role as our voice with having enabled Tad's legacy and Mickey's deserved future leadership.


Once again, even with change, all is well at DM News.


Congratulations, all. Best wishes, Tad.


Don Libey, President, Libey Inc., Des Moines, IA


libey@libey.com


We welcome your views - by mail, by fax to 212/925-8754 or by e-mail to editor@dmnews.com. All letters must be accompanied by a daytime phone number and may be edited for space.
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