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NEWS ANALYSIS: Mass mailers assess options

3:59 PM, Feb. 8, 2013
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Steven Kotok, president of The Week, pitches his magazine to customers as a take-your-time, weekend read for followers of current events.

But the U.S. Postal Service's announcement last week that it will stop delivering mail and magazines on Saturday starting in August could force Kotok to change his strategy.

His magazine is sent to the post office on Thursday, with a majority of the The Week's 550,000 subscribers getting their copies Saturday. The magazine may be forced to wrap up production a day earlier, on Tuesday, and possibly miss some breaking news. Kotok's other option is to finish ...

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