The Green Sheet Online Edition
February 25, 2008 • Issue 08:02:02
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What is your deadline for Electronic Transactions Association Annual Meeting & Expo news? We want to be sure to get news to you in time to be included in issues of The Green Sheet being distributed at the event, which will be held April 15 to 17, 2008.
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We have editorial deadlines for our writers and advertising deadlines for our advertisers. We don't have deadlines for people sending in news, which mostly comes via press releases.
Throughout each business day, we post press releases we receive if they pertain to the payments industry. They appear under News From The Wire on the left hand side of our home page. We'll make every effort to post releases you send us shortly after they arrive here.
Most of the items we print in our Industry Update section, as well as many ideas for news stories, come from information sent to us in press releases. Typically, we finish the writing, editing and layout of an issue 10 days before it is mailed to our subscribers. That means we must receive news well before that in order to consider it for follow up in a given issue. However, due to the volume of press releases we receive, sending us news of something does not guarantee it will make it into one of our print issues
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