On Wednesday, October 3, 2007, in room 2154 Rayburn, the House Subcommittee on Federal Workforce, Postal Service, and the District of Columbia will hold a hearing entitled, “Will Increased Postal Rates Put Mailers out of Business.
The following witnesses are expected to testify at the hearing:
Panel I Mr. James C. Miller, III Chairman, Board of Governors, United States Postal Service
Mr. Steve Kearney, Vice President of Pricing and Classification, United States Postal Service
Mr. Dan Blair, Chairman, Postal Regulatory Commission
Mr. Steve Stallone, President, International Labor Communications Association
Mr. Victor Navasky, Publisher Emeritus, The Nation and the Columbia Journalism Review
Mr. Jeff Hollingsworth, Vice President, Eagle Publishing
Mr. Max Heath, Vice-President of Postal/Acquisitions, Landmark Community Newspapers
Mr. Hamilton Davison, Executive Director, American Catalog Mailers Association
Mr. David Straus, Counsel, American Business Media
Mr. James O’Brien, Vice President Distribution & Postal Affairs, Time Inc.
Mr. Mark White, Vice President Manufacturing, U.S. News & World Reports
Mr. Joseph Schick, Director Postal Affairs, Quad/Graphics Inc.
Mr. Brad Nathan, President, Quebecor World Logistics
Mr. Jerry Cerasale, Senior Vice President Government Affairs, Direct Marketing Association
Mr. Clay Hall, Chief Executive Officer, Aspire Media
source: House of Representatives