Comail is working. But in Postal Land, no good deed goes unpunished.
D. Eadward Tree
Postal officials still have no fixes for a money-losing billion-dollar boondoggle, except to jack up postage rates.
The USPS geared up for heavier-than-usual direct mail volumes for this year’s mid-term elections. But it was caught by surprise.
What a crazy, up-and-down year this has been in publishing! Here are six trends that sum up publishing in 2018.
Wall Street analysts hate Quad’s proposed purchase of LSC because they don’t understand the deal; publishers hate it because they do.
U.S. publishers got a big surprise last week when they learned there might be only one printer able to produce magazines and catalogs.
In honor of Dead Tree Edition’s 10th anniversary, we are revisiting some of the top publishing falsehoods from the past decade.
At the beginning of 2019, buyers of publication grades will be paying about 25% more for paper than they did just 18 months earlier.
If ignorance is bliss, as the old saying claims, then the U.S. Postal Service must be in a truly blissful state about its billion-dollar Flats Sequencing System.
What the magazine industry needs to focus on is using data analysis to help advertisers deliver highly targeted, high-impact print ads.
While U.S. magazine advertising revenue has been circling the drain with double-digit declines the past couple of years, a little corner of the business has been doing just fine.
Print and digital were supposed to be adversaries but have developed a symbiotic relationship, as indicated by a few developments.
BPA Worldwide announced a partnership that could be a catalyst for boosting magazine advertising sales across the industry.
The Postal Regulatory Commission is proposing that publishers’ postal rates increase by an estimated average of 34% to 41%.
Magazine publishers typically develop informal rules of thumb to help speed decision making and…