Thursday, August 25, 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. EDT
Through our partnership with the National Newspaper Association Foundation (NNAF), News/Media Alliance members receive free access to extensive postal-related resources, events and materials as well as webinars to train newspaper employees for best uses of the mail in a rapidly changing postal environment.*
Description: Making sure your newspaper is sorted in the right bundle and container and has the correct address can make all the difference for your customers. In the highly-automated USPS world, machines see your mistakes and send your mail to the wrong place. Sharpen up your mail prep skills with the nation’s expert on community newspaper mail preparation, Bradley Hill, CEO of Interlink.
*When registering, please use your Alliance member newspaper organization name and email address. Your Alliance membership will be verified prior to your registration being confirmed via email and receiving access to the site.
The previous recordings and presentations from the Understanding Periodicals series are available to Alliance members. (NNA login required. If you have not yet registered for an NNA account, click here to register.)
Session 1: Understanding Periodicals
Session 2: Managing a Permit and How DO you find the answers you need?
Session 3: Things You Forgot — Or Maybe Never Knew — About Periodicals
Session 4: Using Your Permit To Generate Revenue
About the NNA Foundation Max Health Postal Institute:
NNA’s Max Heath Postal Institute hosts webinars to train newspaper employees on best uses of the mail in a rapidly changing postal environment. A Newspaper Mail School is also available, where employees can receive a certification to become proficient in dealing with United States Postal Service. Members who wish to earn the Newspaper Mail Master certificates may enroll in the certification program for a modest fee. The levels of attainment will be Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum levels. Members will earn certificates for each level upon successful completion of an exam for that level. There is no limit to how many times an enrollee may take the exams.
Members of the News/Media Alliance staff have contributed to this post.