New program makes yearbooks more personal

  • Article by: SUZANNE ZIEGLER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 12, 2010 - 11:20 PM

High school students are getting to add their own photos and more to yearbooks.

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swhansberryNov. 14, 10 6:20 AM

In general, high school yearbooks are put together by groups of students, usually in a class of some kind, overseen by professional faculty. In the editing, oversight, and review process, favoritism usually gets weeded out. Problems of preference rarely occur. And now Jostens is here to solve this made-up problem at $ 15.00 a pop? Give me a break.

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dnoskowiakNov. 15, 1010:51 AM

With the price of books today, it only makes sense for students to see more of them and their friends in the book. We believe the concept will take off...we too offer personalization using school approved media, a choice between print or electronic book (1/2 the price), print turnaround times of 2-3 weeks and we eliminate all risk of unsold books to schools. To learn more, visit www.liveyearbook.com

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