newsplan

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Etymology[edit]

From a former trademark, “The Newsplan Discounts for Continuity”, owned by Newspaper Advertising Bureau, Inc.[1] From news +‎ plan.

Noun[edit]

newsplan (plural newsplans)

  1. (newspapers) A methodology used by newspapers to determine the discounted cost of ad copy.

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