Press: Click

During the past 13 months new pictorial magazines have paraded onto the nation's newsstands at the rate of one every seven weeks—LIFE, Look, Photo-History, Foto, Pic, Picture Crimes, See, Picture. A ninth, called Click, sidled sleazily into the parade last week with an initial printing of 1,500,000 copies which contain no advertising. Noiselessly back of Click is Moses Louis Annenberg, owner of the Philadelphia Inquirer, the sporting New York Morning Telegraph, the profitable pulp Radio Guide, Screen Guide and Official Detective Stories. Son Walter Annenberg is Click's director. Best known of its several...

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