Max Heath shares thoughts on the future of USPS

Posted October 28, 2011

We're all worried about the future of the U.S. Postal Service. It is the delivery vehicle for most of the nation's non-daily newspapers, and more dailies are jumping to the mail for delivery.

Tonda Rush of the National Newspaper Association believes it is time to reassure newspapers using the mail that USPS is not going to go out of business, and that there is a future for our products in the mail.
National Newspaper Association Postal Committee Chairman Max Heath and NNA President Reed Anfinson discuss the future of newspapers in the mail. If you are concerned about recent bad news from USPS, you'll want to watch it!