November 21, 2014 - Join Pub Aux Live Dec. 4 with Max Heath and Interlink president Brad Hill for discussion on benefits of Full-Service Intelligent Mail
The Next Edition of PUB AUX LIVE! is December 04, 2014 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM (Eastern Time).
New rules and regulations are in place. Now that you can order anything from toasters to drones online, it is no surprise that communicating with the U.S. Postal Service solely through electronic documentation is in your future. Not yet a requirement for all publications, but beneficial to most, the new eDoc options that eliminate paperwork for you and USPS are in place. Electronic filing and new Full-Service Barcodes are part of the Postal Service’s future plans for improving service. Learn how you can get in the door with minimum fuss and prepare your newspaper for the electronic future of mailing.
Registration fee: $30 for NNA members / $65 for non-NNA members
Register by Monday, Dec. 1 (Registrations submitted after December 1 are subject to a $10 late fee)
October 24, 2014 - Tech Support Q&A – Missing subscriber label
Q. Why is a subscriber label missing?
A. Any of the following items will prevent a label from being printed for a particular subscriber. To ensure a label will print, double-check all possibilities:
October 8, 2014 - Newspaper Subscribers May Be the Unseen Victims in USPS Plant Closings
The U.S. Postal Service should evaluate the impact of slower service to newspaper subscribers before proceeding with 2015 closings of mail processing plants, National Newspaper Association President John Edgecombe Jr., said this week. Edgecombe is the publisher of The Nebraska Signal in Geneva, NE.
NNA seconded the concern expressed by the USPS Office of the Inspector General that the Postal Service has not completed service impact evaluations on the planned closings of 82 more mail processing plants starting in January 2015. The evaluations should include public notice and comment. The OIG strongly recommended that USPS complete these evaluations and requested confirmation that they are being completed.
October 8, 2014 - New NNA President
John and Jo Ann Edgecombe, owners of the Nebraska Signal in Geneva, NE, pose for photographs after John was presented the gavel after becoming the National Newspaper Association’s next president during the 128th NNA Convention in San Antonio last week. Outgoing president is Robert Williams of the Blackshear, GA, Times. Interlink is proud to have both Williams and his wife, Cheryl, and the Edgecombes as customers.