Friends2Follow’s widget helps newspapers take back their market share from social media.MORE
A new company, iMoneza, is banking on the belief that people will pay to read a single story rather than get a digital subscription.MORE
NTVB Media has announced plans to give away its content to all newspapers – regardless of size – in exchange for a partnership to bring in more subscribers. The partnership will pay newspapers up to $400 per thousand subscribers to deliver NTVB's product.MORE
The Greer Citizen, which is published every Wednesday in Spartanburg, S.C., has become a member of SNPA. Eight Mega-Conference sponsors/exhibitors also have joined SNPA through three-month trial memberships: AdviceIQ, Friends2Follow, iMoneza, Media Services Group, NewsBank, NTVB Media, SpinGo and Transparensee.MORE
Through a service called Research Director on Demand, Ted Stasney's firm offers full market and media research services.MORE
Newspapers aren't the only clients of the Nashville, Tenn., law firm that celebrated its 25th anniversary May 17. But since The Zinser Law Firm represents some 200 to 300 daily newspapers as well as several circulation trade associations, executives from across the country turned out for dinner, dancing and tributes at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center.MORE
During last Friday's SNPA board meeting in Richmond, new members were approved: our first digital-only member, an individual member, and nine new research and development partners.MORE
Much of the information on SNPA's website and in the eBulletin is restricted to SNPA members. Here are the steps you need to take to create your username and password, if you haven't done this yet.MORE
Two more exhibitors at this year's Key Executives Mega-Conference have applied for membership in SNPA. They are:
Broadcast Interactive Media: BIM provides data services and productivity tools that …MORE
Four major changes have been announced at The Pilot: publishing frequency, new and improved websites, a paid subscription model and a building renovation.MORE
The Lexington (Ky.) Herald-Leader will re-establish a reporting bureau in Pikeville next year as part of a partnership aimed at providing deeper news coverage in the coalfields of Eastern Kentucky and southern West Virginia.
The Lexington-based newspaper is one of three regional news organizations partnering with the Galloway Family Foundation and The GroundTruth Project's new "Report for America" initiative to establish three yearlong fellowships in 2018 for emerging journalists. The other news organizations are West Virginia Public Broadcasting and the Charleston Gazette-Mail.
The three journalists will report directly to their respective news organizations and combine daily assignments with a longer, in-depth project that will be a collaboration of the three news organizations.More
On the evening of Monday, Sept. 25, the U.S. Senate voted 49 to 47 to confirm William Emanuel to the National Labor Relations Board.More
Newspaper owners and executives are encouraged to participate in the Annual Publisher Confidence Survey.
The survey asks 11 questions that provide direct feedback from publishers on revenue, profit and other current trends in the publishing industry.
The survey takes less than two minutes to complete, and results are provided immediately so publishers can see how others are responding.More