Newspaper In A Box

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A simple, intuitive platform to manage your community newspaper business. Take the tour and see how we can help:
  • Save Time
    Retain Subscribers
    Save Money
    Grow Revenue
Welcome Home

Greatly simplified workflow

One unified system giving your team and your readers only what they need — without the fluff and distraction.
Light On Fuss

Buy yourself some time

Your team has their hands full writing editorial and selling ads. Let us handle the deskwork so you can focus on your community.

Our easy-to-use platform hides cutting-edge automation behind the scenes.

  • Retention Learn more ❯

    Each subscriber gets a sequence of personalized emails, letters, and postcards when it's time to renew.

  • Mailing Labels & USPS Learn more ❯

    We generate mailing labels and all USPS paperwork for each edition, accounting for new and lapsed subscribers.


Save time by letting your readers help themselves, on their schedule not yours.

  • Account management Learn more ❯

    Easy signup, renewal, and account management means you get fewer phone calls.

  • Auto-renew Learn more ❯

    Allow & encourage paid subscribers to turn on auto-renew, to boost retention and make it easier on them.

Introducing a new way

You've tried a DIY collection of tools for website, presort, mailing, retention and more. Now come see how an all-in-one solution can be more than the sum of its parts.

Want to know more? Let's talk.

“The program is simple to learn, and easy to navigate. Employees here use all of the various components of Workbench with ease.”

Karen Tate, The Coalfield Progress

“Instant upload to Facebook, sending out emails and text alerts – all with just checking a box – has saved our small staff a lot of time which has been quite valuable. Our readers love instant access through breaking news texts and the convenience of subscribing online!”

Gina Langston, The Vedette

“The Workbench system is very user-friendly and we use it numerous times on a daily basis.”

Thad Requet, The Shelbina Weekly