Motion Picture Herald
The paper was founded in 1915 by a Chicago printing company as a regional trade paper for exhibitors in the Midwest. In 1917, editor Martin Quigley bought the paper and over the following decades developed the Exhibitors Herald into an important national trade paper for the film industry. In 1917, Quigley acquired and merged MOTOGRAPHY. In 1927, he acquired and merged The Moving Picture World and began publishing as Exhibitors' Herald and Moving Picture World, which was later shortened to the more manageable title, Exhibitors' Herald World. After acquiring Motion Picture News in 1930, he merged these publications into the Motion Picture Herald.
- MISS GRABLE VOTED LEADING 1943 STAR - Takes Motion Picture Herald's Box-Office Championship -Bob Hope Is Second - Article - NYTimes.com
- T. RAMSAYE DIES - A FILM HISTORIAN - Former Official of The Motion Picture Herald Was Editor in Chief cif Pathe News - Obituary - NYTimes.com
- Slide, Anthony (ed.) International film, radio, and television journals, p. 242 (1985)
- Academy awards Oscar annual, p. 10 (1973)
- "Exhibitors Herald Mar-Apr 1924". Lantern. Media History Digital Library. Retrieved 27 December 2014.
- (22 December 1930). The Press: Cinema Corner,Time (magazine)
- (30 December 1927). Screen Papers Merged: Exhibitors' Herald and Moving Picture World Close Deal, The New York Times
- (15 December 1930). Film Magazines Merge, The New York Times
- Exhibitors Herald and MOTOGRAPHY at Media History Digital Library
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