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Postage rates change July 10

Jun 24, 2022

Postage rates will rise again on July 10. Periodicals published the week of July 11 will see rates rise between 7 and 10 percent, depending upon destinations, mail preparation and rate categories.

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The Publisher's Gambit with Gordon Borrell

Jun 23, 2022

The well-renowned Gordon Borrell, Founder of Borrell Associates, will be speaking on a virtual fireside chat to discuss media trends and opportunities over the next decade against a backdrop of digital ...

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INTERVIEWING SKILLS: De-escalation Techniques & Improving Observation in Volatile Situations

Jun 8, 2022

Learn some techniques to sharpen the way you observe and analyze others, and learn effective ways to be defensive in any situation, in a conversation with Michigan State Police Trooper Corey Hebner of ...

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Newspapers must post notices on the web

Jun 1, 2022

One of the most important steps newspaper publishers can take to ensure newspapers continue to remain the exclusive vehicle for public notice is to expand the audience for those notices by posting them ...

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Single-source stories too often miss the mark of solid journalism

Jun 1, 2022

A regular flow of press releases demands editors’ everyday attention. The communications, in varying degrees, play a role in newspaper content. Their value looms even larger in today’s landscape ...

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Want to save time? Kevin hasn’t been this excited about hardware in a long time

Jun 1, 2022

These days, I buy software and hardware like anyone else. So if I mention something in a column, you know I liked it well enough to spend my own money on it, which brings me to this column.

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Join the National Summit on Journalism in Rural America on YouTube, June 3-4

May 31, 2022

All this raises a fundamental question, not just for rural newspapers, but for their communities: How do rural communities sustain local journalism that supports local democracy? That is the question we ...

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Within County newspaper mail to nonsubscribers now allowable up to 50% of Within County circulation

May 27, 2022

Newspapers that previously were limited to sending up to 10% of their Within County circulation to non-subscribers without commingling are now officially allowed up to 50% non-subscriber copies. The USPS ...

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