newstrade

newstrade

(ˈnjuːzˌtreɪd)
n
(Communications & Information) newspaper retail as a whole
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The 75-year-old, who clipped a seven iron into the hole in one for an ace, mid-way through a Newstrade Golf Society captain's day meeting at the Outlane course, happened to be Mr Ar thur King.
Clark says that NewsTrade "is very comparable to NewsEdge Live and NewsWare, the difference," according to Clark, is "superior filtering and near-zero latency." One of the most valuable parts of the acquisition, according to Clark, are the "three thousand or so highly refined and valuable content filters that Thomson has continuously worked on."
Two years ago I left the retail newstrade after 40 years, and the competition they now face is greater than ever.
The glossy magazine is available through the newstrade, priced pounds 3.50, but ROA and TBA members receive it free.
Sales figures quoted are Newstrade, Single Copy and Subscription Sales totals.
CYBERGRAPHIC SYSTEMS LTD., Melbourne, Australia, installed the first Matrix circulation and distribution system in the Pacific legion at the New Zealand Herald, Auckland, where 14 workstations operate Newstrade (wholesale and retail distribution management), Direct (direct-delivery management, with control of subscriber payment control and employee structure) and Marketing (management at the customer and prospect database.