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June – Subscriber Hugh MacArthur purchases Pewter Report and PewterReport.com. Scott Reynolds is promoted to publisher, Jim Flynn is promoted to editor-in-chief and Kim Roper is hired as the business manager.
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June – Buccaneer Magazine undergoes a name change to Pewter Report & PewterReport.com.
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April – Scott Reynolds is promoted to editor-in-chief of Buccaneer Magazine.
May – Scott Reynolds is hired and serves as Buccaneer Magazine’s beat writer & subscriptions manager.
The Buccaneer newspaper is purchased from Culverhouse by Jeffrey Neil Fox and becomes an independent publication. Fox changes the name to Buccaneer Magazine.
Former Bucs owner Hugh Culverhouse publishes The Buccaneer, the official team newspaper.
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