• Newspapers Use a Billion Dollars Worth of Postage
    According to a national survey by the Newspaper Association of America, the nation's daily newspapers are spending nearly $1 billion on postage for services from the U.S. Postal Service. Newspapers spent more than $972 million in 2006 compared with $901 million in 2004 and $700 million in 2002.
  • Streaming Video Becoming a Habit At All Age Levels
    Advertising.com, Inc., in their Bi-Annual Online VideoStudy, comparing the first half of 2007 with the last half of 2006, reports that 62 percent of survey respondents are viewing video online and are comprised mostly of those ages 35 and older viewing news clips. Analyzed by age group, 31 percent of 18 to 34 year olds watch streaming video, while 69 percent of consumers ages 35 and older view streaming video online.
  • Is It The Beach, The Attitude, The Altitude Or The Age
    According to a new Harris Poll, California remains number one state in which people wish to live this year, followed by Florida, which moved up from number three and Hawaii, which has dropped from number two. Florida has been in the top three ever since this question was first asked in 1997.
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