Q&A about: General Inquiries on PressDisplay

In this post, I’ll share with you answers to some general questions about PressDisplay.com.  Feel free to suggest other questions for this post and we’ll do our best to answer them. Also, don’t forget to check out the help files on PressDisplay.com related to this area.

1. I am looking for access to newspapers from the 1950s and the 1960s to help with family research. Can I access archival materials on your site or do you have any other suggestions?
A: Depending on your subscription package, subscribers have back issue access as far back as 3, 7 or 14 days. For publications on any prior dates we encourage you to contact either your regional library or newspaper publisher directly.

2. I want to place an advertisement in one of your publications. How much would it cost me?
We do not edit the content of displayed publications and as such we encourage you to contact the publishers directly for any advertisement opportunities.

3. Parts of the page are cut off on my screen, what can I do?
If you use Windows, click start, select Control Panel, double click the “Display” icon, click the tab titled “Settings”, and increase the screen resolution to (at least) 1024 by 768 pixels by dragging the slider to the “More” side.

If you use a Mac, click the System Preferences icon, click Displays, and choose (at least) a screen resolution of 1024 X 768.