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June 1, 2000

Newspaper Obits Find Funeral Industry Site Builds Obituary Channel

COMPANY PRESS RELEASE: A site that proclaims itself "the first publicly traded consumer and funeral industry Web portal" announced this week the addition of 40 regional daily newspapers to its "Online Newspaper Obituary Channel."

By CBR Staff Writer

The channel on is simply a list of links to the death notice sections of newspaper’s Web sites.

The site currently links to 45 U.S. dailies including The New York Times, Houston Chronicle, Chicago Sun-Times, and Denver Rocky Mountain News. President and CEO Lloyd Kagin says the site will continue to pursue relationships with dailies across the country in an effort to build consumer use of the site.

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