Can YOU Tell the Difference Between Real News and Fake News?

It’s the millennium. The age where self-proclaimed blogs and technology are plentiful, and social media outlets like facebook and twitter are communal feeding grounds for pop-culturalists and newsies alike. Today anyone with an opinion and a cell phone can post “news” stories online. But who’s to say what’s real and what’s fake news? With so […]

PCH Monthly Calendar – New Sweepstakes & More For June!

Hi PCHers! It’s June, which means Summer is on its way! But Summer isn’t all that’s coming up … it’s also time for the PCH Monthly Calendar for June, featuring the “Win It All” SuperPrize  event date on 6/30. That means on that fine Summer Friday, someone could possibly be the lucky winner of $2 […]

WIN A BRAND NEW CAR! Hey, What Would Your License Plate Say?

GO: Picture it now – the smell of fresh tires, the brand-new paint job, the license plate that is unique to YOU! Get into gear and enter to win a BRAND NEW CAR + MORE at PCH.com ! SLOW DOWN: We’re almost there. Yes, next month a Brand-New Lincoln MKZ could drive on down YOUR […]

Publishers Clearing House Has a New Address In Jericho!

Hey Blog Readers, I’m so excited to report that Publishers Clearing House has a new address in Jericho! That’s right, PCH headquarters is getting more space… moving to a bigger place… and that’s sure to put a smile on your face because it means we’ll have more room to come up with all the amazing […]

Publishers Clearing House Video: Lucky’s New Suit

Hey Blog Readers, Did you get to check me out in the Publishers Clearing House video we posted last week about our Special Early Look Event?  I can’t believe the team caught me without my dollar sign on … but in the end, they really did a great job — that’s why I wanted to give […]

Meet Martha Fryar, Our Newest SuperPrize Winner

People are always asking the Prize Patrol, “We see you knock on doors.  But what if the winner isn’t home?”  Well, we go to “Plan B” and ask neighbors if they have any idea where our winner might be. That’s what we attempted when no one answered at Martha Fryar’s house in Fairmont, West Virginia.  […]