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news

noun broadcast news, coverage, current affairs, daily news, developments, happenings, hard news, intelligence, media, news gathering, news medium, news service, press, reportage, reporting, the fourth estate, the press, the press corps, word
See also: communication, disclosure, dispatch, information, message, narrative, notice, notification, publicity, report, statement, story
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J@pan Inc's newsletters also cater to everyday needs and interests.
Charge a group of 800 homebound polio survivors the 34-cent price of a stamp to get their monthly newsletters.
You can send an opt-in newsletter to those who have taken positive action to subscribe: checked a box on your Website, checked a box on your order form, filled out a card at your store, or signed and returned a promotional mail piece.
Other user-friendly features include an appendix on newsletter content backed up with more than 350 story ideas on 100-plus topics.
In 1993, Newsletter subscribers helped each other pay over $27,000,000 of medical expenses.
The prospect simply needs to register an e-mail address to facilitate delivery of the newsletter issues.
Bellis of the Christian Brotherhood Newsletter, 216-848-0124/
One caveat: While the 10-page newsletter can be customized and articles can be dropped, the articles that are used are not to be altered in any way.
Newsletter Holdings, through its three publishing divisions, publishes 17 newsletters, over 50 special reports and books and numerous fax, e-mail and Internet services.
Washington joins the insurance departments in Missouri, Kentucky, Oregon, South Dakota, Ohio, Virginia, Kansas, Alabama, Florida, Oklahoma, Minnesota, and Michigan who have determined that the Newsletter is either not insurance or presents no harm to the public.
For example, putting an electronic newsletter into a bulletin board format is the kiss of death.
Al Warren was one of the founders of the Washington Independent Newsletter Association, in 1962.