February 18, 2016 - NNA Summit—Early Bird Registration Deadline is Feb. 22
Lucy Dalglish, a nationally-recognized First Amendment advocate and lawyer, will be the keynote speaker at the National Newspaper Association’s Community Newspaper Leadership Summit, March 16-17 in Washington. Dalglish, who is currently dean of the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland, will address community newspaper publishers, editors and NNA Foundation News Fellows at the National Press Club the evening of March 17.
NNA President Chip Hutcheson, publisher of The Times-Leader, urged publishers to make time for the 2016 summit. With a high-octane election year rolling out, Congress will be under pressure to make major decisions on issues that affect newspapers. NNA members will visit Capitol Hill the afternoon of March 17. Among the issues they will tackle with their congressional delegations:
February 1, 2016 - CDS Update
CDS addresses updated 01/22/2016 ~ approximately 60 days until next update.
January 28, 2016 - Discontinuation of 1″ sack tag
As of January 26, 2014, the United States Postal Service discontinued the use of one-inch sack and tray tags. Additionally, all current USPS sacks and trays have changed their holders to accommodate two-inch tags, which do not properly secure one-inch tags.
While Interlink discontinued the sale of one-inch tags in August 2013, the report has remained in Circulation for those publications that did yet make the transition to two-inch sack and tray tags.
To remain complaint with the USPS regulations, Interlink will remove the ability to print one-inch periodical and standard mail tags from Circulation in January 2016.
If you need assistance in making the transition to two-inch tags, our Client Solutions team may be reached at (888)473-3103 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To purchase two-inch sack tags or other supplies, click here to access our online mailing supply store.
January 25, 2016 - Latest version of Circulation ready for download
Interlink Circulation Version 2.4.3 is live and ready for update. If you don’t update through the program, you can obtain the latest version from ourÂ Download page.
Please read the Release Notes when you perform your automatic update!