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''[http://www.todayscacher.com/ Today’s Cacher]'', which bills itself as "The Online Magazine For Geocachers Everywhere", was first published in March 2004 by a group of geocachers who solidified their ideas in a [http://forums.groundspeak.com/GC/index.php?showtopic=54377&hl=geocaching+magazine forum topic] that started Oct. 31, 2003 on the GC.com discussion boards.
  
''Today’s Cacher''  [http://www.todayscacher.com/]  bills itself as “The Magazine For Geocachers Everywhere.”  The [[ezine]] (soon to be a hard copy magazine) was first published in March 2004 by a group of cachers who solidified their ideas in a  [http://forums.groundspeak.com/GC/index.php?showtopic=54377&hl=geocaching+magazine forum topic] that started Oct. 31, 2003 on the GC.com discussion boards.
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A (for profit) Limited Liability Corporation, the magazine is headed up by publisher Jerry Carter ({{gcuser|El+Diablo|El Diablo}}).
  
A  (for profit) Limited Liability Corporation, the magazine is headed up by publisher  Jerry Carter, Aka  [http://www.geocaching.com/profile/?id=12341 El Diablo.]
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Featuring a variety of stories and photos submitted by volunteers, the magazine enjoyed a steady rise in readership during it’s first 15 months of publication. The Humor and People sections have proved to be most successful.
  
Featuring a huge variety of stories and photos submitted by volunteers, the magazine has enjoyed a steady rise in readership during it’s first 15 months of publication. The Humor and People sections have proved to be most successful.
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Because of its close relationship with GC.com, ''Today’s Cacher'' has received some criticism about its tag line, "The Online Magazine for Geocachers Everywhere". The magazine has published stories about other websites to dispel that criticism.
  
Because of its close relationship with GC.com,  ''Today’s Cacher'' has received some criticism about its tag line, “The Magazine for Geocachers Everywhere.” In recent months, the magazine has published stories about other websites to dispel that criticism.
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The founding editor, Richard Niles ({{gcuser|sept1c_tank}}) resigned in April. Celena Wolverton ({{gcuser|Team+Rowdy|Team Rowdy}}) is currently managing the editorial department. Sean Wormuth ({{gcuser|GeoWorms}}) is the production manager.
 
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The founding editor, Richard Niles, Aka  [http://www.geocaching.com/profile/?guid=91d46701-aba2-4dd1-b299-8ebd53016e1f sept1c_tank,]  resigned in April. Celena Wolverton, Aka  [http://www.geocaching.com/profile/?guid=be7836d9-aaee-4796-99c4-c5ad48e6ab8f Team Rowdy,] is currently managing the editorial department. Sean Wormuth, Aka  [http://www.geocaching.com/profile/default.aspx?A=36791 GeoWorms,] is the production manager.
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The first hardcopy of the magazine is scheduled to be published sometime in June 2005. The current schedule of publication is quarterly.
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Latest revision as of 00:12, 15 February 2007

Today’s Cacher, which bills itself as "The Online Magazine For Geocachers Everywhere", was first published in March 2004 by a group of geocachers who solidified their ideas in a forum topic that started Oct. 31, 2003 on the GC.com discussion boards.

A (for profit) Limited Liability Corporation, the magazine is headed up by publisher Jerry Carter (El Diablo).

Featuring a variety of stories and photos submitted by volunteers, the magazine enjoyed a steady rise in readership during it’s first 15 months of publication. The Humor and People sections have proved to be most successful.

Because of its close relationship with GC.com, Today’s Cacher has received some criticism about its tag line, "The Online Magazine for Geocachers Everywhere". The magazine has published stories about other websites to dispel that criticism.

The founding editor, Richard Niles (sept1c_tank) resigned in April. Celena Wolverton (Team Rowdy) is currently managing the editorial department. Sean Wormuth (GeoWorms) is the production manager.

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