December 19, 2014 - Saturday Mail Delivery Continues but Congress Leaves Postal Service in Limbo
The National Newspaper Association this week celebrated the continuation of Saturday mail delivery through the federal fiscal year ending Sept. 30, but lamented the passage of another congressional session without postal reform. NNA President John Edgecombe Jr. called on publishers to attend NNA’s Leadership Summit March 19 in Washington to urge quick action in the next Congress.
“If common sense had prevailed, a reform bill would have been completed. We had a solid proposal that provided USPS with financial relief, preserved service and implemented health cost reforms. It should have been accepted,” said Edgecombe, publisher of The Nebraska Signal in Geneva, NE.
December 15, 2014 - Interlink holiday hours
Interlink offices will close at 1 p.m. Eastern on Wednesday, Dec. 24, and will remain closed until Monday, Dec. 29, to allow employees time to spend with family and friends. Interlink offices also will close for New Year’s beginning at 1 p.m. Eastern on Dec. 31 and will reopen Friday, Jan. 2, for normal business hours. Click here to view the complete list of dates the Interlink office is closed.
December 4, 2014 - Tech Support Q&A – How do I stop a paper for a subscriber going on vacation?
Q: How do I stop the paper for a subscriber going on vacation?
A: Open the desired subscriber and follow the steps below:
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)