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Radiology Today shuts down

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Radiology newsmagazine Radiology Today ceased operations lastmonth, according to industry sources familiar with the publication.Officials at Slack Inc., which publishes the magazine, declinedto comment on the closure. Radiology Today was based in

Radiology newsmagazine Radiology Today ceased operations lastmonth, according to industry sources familiar with the publication.Officials at Slack Inc., which publishes the magazine, declinedto comment on the closure. Radiology Today was based in Thorofare,NJ.

Radiology Today fell victim to declining revenues as medicalimaging vendors cut back on advertising due to the slump in equipmentpurchasing. According to figures from Diagnostic Imaging, theradiology publishing market as a whole saw a 24% decline in displayadvertising pages in 1994 compared to 1993. Display ad pages inRadiology Today dropped 53% last year. Diagnostic Imaging is theparent of SCAN.

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