(defined as "a periodical issued by a business or other establishment for its employees, customers, and other interested readers, presenting news about the firm, its products, and its personnel" ), one of the types of gray literature, provide an excellent example of this situation.
Convincing potential readers that On is not just an AOL house organ
will be Quittner's prime job.
Slip back into a self-congratulatory cheerleading house organ
Our large number--seven--was so unusual that News Photographer Magazine, the house organ
of the National Press Photographers Association, ran a group photo of us.
Evidence of this shift is found in the pages of Science magazine, the house organ
of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Briefly, in its initial stages, Partisan Review flirted with becoming a Marxist house organ
While the journal is not the house organ
of any particular group or institution, it does receive financial support from the University of Bologna.
If we want readers to open up Do-It-Yourself Retailing and read and rely on its content, we need a real magazine, not a house organ
Two years later, after editing The Wheelman, the house organ
of a bicycle manufacturer in Boston, and working for the Century Company in New York, he founded the Literary Associated Press, a syndicate that bought articles and fiction to sell to newspapers throughout the country.
Built in 1913 as a vaudeville house called the Orpheum, the plush 1,900-seat theater, now owned by Salt Lake County, premiered its restored house organ
Contract notice: Tender for the contract of service of design, publishing, printing, distribution of "lombardia verde", house organ
of the general directorate of agriculture of the regional council of lombardy.
The last thing Anglicans need is a house organ
that reflects only what General Synod wants us to know.