About The Post Publications

The Post Publications is a group of online news services founded during August 2008 to serve residents of several municipalities and school districts in western Montgomery County PA. They are operated by The Post Publications, 1747 N. Sanatoga Rd., Sanatoga PA 19464. Individual products are:

Their mission is to specialize in intensely local (also known as “hyper-local” or “micro-local”) news coverage similar to that of weekly newspapers, but presented on a daily basis.

Columbia Journalism Review, the nation’s oldest media monitoring publication, selected The Sanatoga Post as a feature subject in March 2012 as part of its “Guide To Online News Start-Ups” series. The Sanatoga edition’s daily headline feed, e-mailed to readers, won “All-Star Awards” in 2012, 2011 and 2010, from national e-mail vendor Constant Contact. The Sanatoga, Limerick and Pottstown editions were chosen in 2010 by Reynolds Journalism Institute Fellow Michele McLellan as among the 14 best mini-sites in the U.S. for community news.

The Post Publications LLC is a member of the PR Newswire, Newswise, BusinessWire, Virtual Press Office, MarketWire, and PRWeb international distribution systems, and The NewsMarket video distribution network. It also is a member of the Radio, Television and Digital News Association.

The content of The Sanatoga Post is syndicated for national distribution by Google News, Topix, and Newstex.

The Post Publications sell and publish local advertising, and also publish regional and national advertising syndicated through Google Adsense and Local Yokel Media, and Media.Net. Their reach, demographic and page view statistics are accredited by the Media Rating Council and conform with Interactive Advertising Bureau standards.

The Post Publications’ managing editor is Joe Zlomek.

Contact Us

To contact Zlomek or The Posts, send an e-mail to thesanatogapost@gmail.com, call 484-243-0984, or send postal mail to The Post Publications, 1747 N. Sanatoga Rd., Sanatoga PA 19464-2236.

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