From The Indianapolis Star:
Q: What is a newspaper’s method to calculate the higher frequency rates for publication of public notices?
A: Once you have your rate for a public notice that only has to run once, the progression for additional days are as follows:
• Runs twice: Multiple line rate for a one-day run by 1.5
• Runs three times: Multiple line rate by 2
• Runs four times: Multiple by 2.5.
I think you see the mathematical progression, which would continue as the number of run dates increases to five through eight times.
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