Pointing Dog Journal Announces New Field Trial Editorial
CITY, MI — April 26, 2012 — The Pointing Dog Journal, the leading sporting dog magazine in the world since its debut in 1993, is pleased to announce that they will now publish a special field trial section in the magazine. This new editorial content is the result an agreement with Field Trial Magazineeditor and publisher, Craig Doherty and is set to begin with the July/August issue of the magazine.
According to Steve Smith, editor of The Pointing Dog Journal, “I’ve always been impressed with the depth of knowledge that Craig brought to his magazine. The addition of his section will give PDJ readers a chance to see what I mean by that in every issue.”
Started in 1997, Field Trial Magazine covered a variety of topics related to bird dog field trial competitions: breeding, training, habitat restoration, judging and results and was the enthusiasts go to source for information and entertainment.
That magazine’s founder, Craig Doherty says, “As much as I’m going to miss Field Trial Magazine as a stand-alone publication, I am equally excited about joining with The Pointing Dog Journal to make sure our readers continue to get quality coverage of field trialing and that we will get the opportunity to bring that same message to a wider audience of pointing dog people.”
Craig will provide the content for the new section in PDJ, so his expertise and industry knowledge will continue to be enjoyed by those who already know him and a new audience of pointing dog enthusiasts who will read his work for the first time.
Founded in 1993, The Pointing Dog Journal is devoted to upland hunting enthusiasts who hunt with and train the pointing breeds and is available six times per year by subscription and on newsstand. It is a publication of Wildwood Press, which also publishes The Retriever Journal and Just Labsmagazines.
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