A non-profit trade group serving suburban and community newspapers has formed an ad network to unite more than 150 Web sites representing more than 350 newspapers in the U.S. and Canada. Suburban Newspapers of America believes getting networked will help the papers attract national advertisers that are seeking to reach affluent suburban households. Aggregation certainly makes sense. Reminds me of what TownNews.com is trying to do with smaller newspapers.
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