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History a written or printed account of the news
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newsletter

(publication)
A periodically published work containing news and announcements on some subject, typically with a small circulation. Newsletters are a common application for DTP and may be distributed by electronic mail.
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In addition to links to online software stores, Tucows.com offers flee newsletters and financial and technology articles
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It's not just the recruiting method that sets e-mail newsletters apart from spam--it's their content.
However, organizational communicators also are publishing fax newsletters. Broadcast fax newsletters are the "dominant application" for SprintFAX, which quadrupled in size last year, and should do the same this year (AT&T and MCI have comparable services).
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HealthLeaders Media consists of: the monthly "HealthLeaders" Magazine; "HealthLeaders Daily News," delivered daily via email; "HealthLeaders Weekly Healthcare Business News," delivered weekly via email; "HealthLeaders eHealthcare & Technology Weekly News," a weekly email newsletter; "HealthLeaders Executive Survival Guide," a monthly email newsletter; and, "California Healthfax," a subscription newsletter covering top business/regulatory California healthcare news.