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MOTION PICTURE NEWS
aka "MOVING PICTURE NEWS"
Weekly Trade Journal from New York ,United States
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1908- 27 1930
- Early American trade journal (created by movie distributors and exhibitors to promote new releases).
- Started as "Moving Picture News" in 1908.
- Consolidated with Exhibitor's Times on 27 September 1913.
- Changed title to "Motion Picture News" on 11 October 1913.
- Absorbed by Moving Picture World on January 3, 1931.
- Published by Cinematograph Publishing Co.

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