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Highlights of publishing restructuring plan in North America

Proposal approved June 17 affects Review and Herald, Pacific Press publishers

Review & Herald Publishing officers re-elected, board size trimmed

The Review and Herald Publishing Association, the 162-year-old book and magazine organization owned by the Seventh-day Adventist Church world headquarters, is showing signs of progress in the face of years of financial decline, leaders said at a May 19 constituency session. The meeting also saw the revision of the group's bylaws, which will now include a Board of Directors with 30 members, down from 44. Also, top officers were re-elected, including President Mark B

New committee continues review of Adventist publishing work in North America

The Seventh-day Adventist Church continues to examine its publishing operations in North America, with a new committee meeting last month to study the issue. Last month's launch of a General Conference subcommittee comes nearly two years after another publishing commission examined the efficiency of the world church's two historic publishing houses: the Nampa, Idaho-based Pacific Press Publishing Association and the Hagerstown, Maryland-based Review and Herald Publishing Association

Adventist publishing house faces management shift

The Review and Herald Publishing Association, the 161-year-old book-and-magazine publishing arm of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, is reorganizing its management team, officials said April 29, 2010. The moves follow years of mounting financial losses and a desire to see a change in the organization's leadership, the unit's board of directors said.
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