Octogenarian giants offer each other buddy hugs

A recent national survey by the Newspaper Association of America claims that US newspapers blew almost $1 billion on postage for services offered by the national survey by the Newspaper Association of America. The piece indicates a continuous increase in usage: $700M (2002), $901M (2004) and $972M (2006.) Commenting on the survey, John F. Sturm, president and CEO of the Newspaper Association of America, seemed proud of the fact that daily newspapers are leading customers of the U.S. Postal Service:

“Along with door-to-door delivery, on-street boxes, specialty publications and digital transmission, mail is one of many different platforms newspapers use to guarantee an audience to their advertising customers.”

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