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Thomson Gale

(Thomson Gale, a Thomson Learning business, Farmington Hills, MI, www.gale.com). A leading information publishing company for libraries, schools and businesses. Thomson Gale was formed in 1998 as a merger of Gale Research, Information Access Company and Primary Source Media, three Thomson subsidiaries. Gale Research produced books and CD-ROMs for schools and libraries. Information Access published databases on several subjects including computers, and U.K.-based Primary Source Media published rare research materials such as the complete record of The Times of London since 1771. Other well-known publishing imprints of the business included Macmillan Reference, Charles Scribner's Sons and Primary Source Microfilm.

In mid-2007 Thomson Learning and all its imprints and subunits were acquired by two private equity firms in a multi-billion dollar deal. Shortly after, Thomson Learning changed its name to Cengage Learning. For more information, visit www.cengage.com.
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IM has appeared regularly over the years, being sent to all ICM members and other subscribers, and also available through many libraries and database services such as EBSCO and Thomson Gale.
The third announcement really caught my eye: Thomson Gale is sponsoring an "I Love My Library" video contest until the end of June.
Thomson Gale (Farmington Hills, MI) is a provider of e-research and educational publishing for libraries, schools and businesses and creates and maintains more than 600 databases that are published online, in print and in microfilm.
Thomson Gale, a subsidiary of The Thomson Corporation (NYSE:TOC) (TSX:TOC), reported today (11 December) that along with Keter Publishing House it has published the second edition of the Encyclopaedia Judaica.