The Telegraph: a valuable community resource
For 171 years, The Telegraph has been a familiar friend, delivered daily to the homes or businesses of subscribers throughout the greater Nashua area. But are you aware that the newspaper constantly strives to make improvements in its publication and service? The Telegraph pays more attention than ever to coordinating the work of reporters, photographers and editors to ensure journalism that is consistent yet creative. The newspaper strives to bring readers news that is important and relevant. Stories that inform. Photos that touch you. Advertising to help make your life easier and to save you money. The staff at The Telegraph has been hard at work in the past year, improving content, introducing new sections and features and, in other ways, strengthening the foundation of the newspaper. The Telegraph has an ongoing commitment to covering local news, as demonstrated by the number of local stories on the front page. And in the past year the look of The Telegraph has changed. It has been redesigned with reader convenience in mind. Although the page is narrower than it used to be, a new typeface has been chosen that is easier to read. Our advertisers are important to us and to our readers. New marketing research is available to our sales staff to assist all advertisers in making the most informed advertising decisions. Did you know that among advertising sources in the Nashua region, according to a 2002 market study by Belden Associates, The Telegraph is relied upon most, by a large margin? In late spring, The Telegraph will be launching a redesigned classified section, a reorganization that will make advertising categories quicker to locate, ads easier to read and provide a separate full-color section for auto advertising. If you’re pressed for time or just prefer to read The Telegraph on line, the newspaper’s award-winning Web site, nashuatelegraph.com, is perfect for you. You can read today’s headline stories, check the weather forecast, read today’s sports scores, check the classified ads or see what local entertainment is on the calendar for the weekend. You also can start a Telegraph subscription, pay on line for your paper, request a vacation stop or restart and contact our Customer Care department about any service or delivery problem you might be experiencing. In addition, individuals and advertisers will be able to place print and online classified ads using our Web site in a secure fashion. More interactive and useful advertising will be offered later this year. For home delivery of The Telegraph call 594-6424 or subscribe online at nashuatelegraph.com. Commercial printing a ‘Telegraph’ specialty The Telegraph also continues to expand its list of commercial printing customers, having added The Christian Science Monitor last December. We also are proud to be the printer for the Boston Metro and Financial Times for New England and southeastern Canada, as well as numerous weekly and monthly publications, including the New Hampshire Business Review. In May 2003, the installation of eight new units to our newest offset press will dramatically increase our color printing capability to benefit our customers. If we can help with your printing needs, contact The Telegraph Commercial Printing Department at (603) 594-6477 for a free quote.