Jul 1, 2021
Many community newspapers rely on the USPS to deliver their publications. Therefore, it is paramount that PNA’s members pay reasonable mailing rates, receive efficient service and are treated fairly. In addition, newspaper readers have a reasonable expectation of receiving the printed product on time.
Like many organizations, the USPS had its share of stumbles in the past year. During this session, Dave Webster, Senior Director of Processing Operations for the USPS Chesapeake Division, will discuss the USPS changes to serve community newspapers’ needs better. Dave will also offer advice about how community newspapers can work more efficiently with the USPS and answer your important questions.
Community newspapers in Pennsylvania are vital. Readers learn about what is happening in their local area at a grassroots level and are informed, educated and entertained by these publications. There are unique opportunities and challenges involved in running a community newspaper. During this inaugural event, industry experts and Forum participants will share thoughts and ideas, exchange best practice tips to maintain and grow business and set a course of action to ensure continued success.
The PNA Community Newspaper Forum is free of charge to Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association, Michigan Press Association and South Carolina Press Association members.
To register, complete the form below. A confirmation with log in instructions will be sent to each registrant one or two days prior to the session.
Thursday, July 1, 10 a.m.