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Core Publisher: How do I request a custom URL for a page on my site?

Custom URLs make it easy for your online and on-air team to promote pages on your Core Publisher site. For example, if you create a page on your site for an upcoming programming event with the URL http://wsrt.org/wsrt-adds-weekend-local-music-program-summer-lineup, you may want to have a custom URL created that’s easier to share on-air and online, such as http://wsrt.org/summerlineup.
 
Any custom URL request will exist on your site permanently, unless you ask that it be removed after a specific amount of time. Custom URLs can be created for any Core Publisher URL.
 
Custom URLs can only be created by the support team. If you need custom URLs, you can submit a support request during business hours (M-F from 9am-6pm ET) at http://nprsupport.desk.com and someone will address your ticket within 24-48 hours. 
 
When requesting custom URLs, be sure to:
  • Include the full URL for the original page that you want the custom URL for, as well as what you want the custom URL to be.
  • Note the date that you want the custom URL to go live
  • Submit your request at least 48 hours in advance to ensure that we are able to create the URL and that you will be able to test it before sharing it on your site.
Questions? Having Trouble? Contact Station Relations.

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