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Who is the Newspaper Agency Corporation?
The Newspaper Agency Corporation's Relationship To The Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret Morning News:

The Newspaper Agency Corporation was founded in 1952 by The Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret Morning News to manage the newspapers' advertising, printing and circulation. The two newspapers remain under separate ownership and are editorially independent.

Can I place an ad over the Internet?  Who do I contact regarding an ad placed online?
If you are interested in placing an ad, send it electronically or phone our classified department at (801) 237-2000.  Contact for information regarding ads placed over the Internet.

Can you help me with my classified search?
If you are using keywords and getting no results, try searching with just one or no keywords. If you use no keywords, you will get all the day's ads. For a keyword to work, the word must appear in the ad exactly as you had typed it.

Do the retail classified ad appear online?
The boxed classified ads, referred to as retail classified ads, do NOT appear online.

If I place a classified line ad in the print product will it appear online as well?   Can I place a classified line ad online and not in the print product?
Yes, if you place an in the print product it will also appear online for no additional charge.  You can not place an ad online without placing one in the newspaper.

Is the online classified content the same as the print product's classifieds?
The online classified content is the same as the print product except for the retail display ads; they do not appear online.

Where are boats located?
Boats are located under the Transportation classification online. In the newspaper they are in the Merchandise classification. This includes boat motors and boats wanted.

Where are Thrifties located online?
Thrifties have there own search capabilities, and are located adjacent to the Merchandise search.

What if I perform a search on a classification or sub-classification and no ads appear as a result of the search?
Chances are that there were no ads for that particular classification or sub-classification and time period.

When is the content updated?
The online classified content is updated by 6 a.m. daily, barring any unforeseen circumstances. The online classifieds content is a mirror image of the print-product. The Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret Morning News' online classifieds are exactly the same except the Deseret Morning News does not accept advertising for alcohol (including beer), tobacco, tea, or coffee; NC -17 or X-rated movies; massage therapy; astrology services; or gambling. Neither online edition will knowingly accept advertising for a book, motion picture or product involved in pending litigation


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