Joins with Scripps Howard News Service
for Weekly Syndicated Column
Mich. - July 1, 2002 - Beginning July 9, Scripps Howard News Service
will debut "In Motion," a new column dedicated to answering
travel, automotive and personal finance questions for busy professionals
with overload of obligations, leaving little time for research.
Caldwell, publisher and editor-in-chief of ROAD & TRAVEL Magazine,
will dole out expert advice on automotive and travel-related topics
in a warm, comprehensive manner to a broad spectrum of readers - from
the seasoned professional planning a quick getaway to the young single
purchasing a new car. "In Motion" will be offered to more
than 400 newspapers nationwide every Tuesday on the Scripps Howard wire.
The weekly column can be found in either the travel or automotive section
of each paper depending on that week's content.
editors will also contribute to the column from time to time as guest
writers who will offer insights into new vehicles and great destinations.
Contributing editors include BJ Killeen, Steve Siler, Margaret Hundley
Parker, and Martha Hindes. Find out more about these editors by clicking
ROAD & TRAVEL Magazine is a 14-year-old publishing company recognized
as an authority on travel and automotive information. Caldwell is a
national consumer advocate who has made numerous appearances on CNN,
NBC News, The Learning Channel, Lifetime, ESPN and Good Morning America.
Howard News Service is owned by the E.W. Scripps Company. The E.W. Scripps
Company is a diverse media concern with interests in newspaper publishing,
broadcast television, cable television programming and interactive media.
Scripps operates 21 daily newspapers, 10 broadcast TV stations and four
cable television networks.
national television network brands include Home & Garden Television,
Food Network, DIY -- Do It Yourself Network and Fine Living. Scripps
Networks programming can be seen in 25 countries.
company also operates Scripps Howard News Service, United Media, the
worldwide licensing and syndication home of PEANUTS and DILBERT, and
31 Web sites, including hgtv.com, foodtv.com, diynet.com and comics.com.