City Paper is not for tourists
The Post wants to know what moms want to see in the print edition of the paper, so they buried a call for ideas on page two of paper’s health section today:
What’s your dream version of The Post’s print edition? What would compel you to pick it up every day and keep you from putting it down? A Post readership committee is soliciting ideas from women ages 18 to 49 with children younger than 18 at home.
Give us your thoughts on new features or topics you’d like us to cover, changes to what we offer now, the visual layout of the paper — you name it. Please send your ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org and include your name, age and city. Include your phone number if you are open to talking further.
We’ll pick up the slack here: Guys, single ladies, kids, Boomers, go ahead and leave your ideas for fixing the Post in the comments. (Via.)