An agreement has been reached in principle for the sale of operating assets and real estate of The Valley Times-News by Valley Newspapers, Inc. and its owner, Nell Walls. The transaction's legal paper work will be completed and signed in September and the transaction will close effective Oct. l.
This daily newspaper serves West Point, Ga., Lanett and Valley, Ala., from its office in West Point.MORE
Presteligence has added a new feature to the My Team Scoop app where publishers can geo-target event locations. The app will send notifications to users within the specified vicinity of a stadium and during a specified time.MORE
SNPA R&D partners are critical to the future of our industry, and extremely important to SNPA. That's why we are establishing an R&D advisory committee composed of members who want to help SNPA ensure that its R&D members receive value from their memberships, and devise ways to create more value for both newspapers and R&D members at the SNPA annual convention and at the Mega-Conference.
Are you interested in serving on this committee?MORE
A. H. Belo Corporation, parent of The Dallas Morning News, announced plans Friday to outsource much of its advertising creation and production work to the parent of USA Today.MORE
Consumer confidence surveys can measure consumers' plans for spending. They also can provide a timely opportunity to advertise and market your business and services.MORE
The McClatchy Company has announced the completion of the sale of a majority of its interest in CareerBuilder, LLC.MORE
This partnership is designed to provide new solutions for recruitment advertisers and a better experience for job seekers.MORE
Digital Genie and ITI Digital are the newest members of SNPA.MORE
When the marketing director refers to the "clean, white space" design on the cans of the Mississippi Delta's first craft beers, it's a tipoff that a newspaperman is involved in the operation somewhere.
Sure enough, Jon Alverson, publisher and editor of the Delta Democrat-Times in Greenville, Miss., is "the beer guy," of Mighty Miss. Brewing Co., which opened May 27 as part of a multimillion-dollar downtown redevelopment project anchored by an historic Sears building.MORE
For the last year, the leadership of the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association has been working to develop a strategic plan to guide our organization.
Through our work with SNPA's executive committee, staff, board members and Max Strategy Consultants, who helped guide us, I firmly believe we have developed a roadmap to make SNPA a better organization and, most importantly, more valuable to its members.
Now we need your help.
The board has begun working on these issues, but we would like for members to be part of planning and executing our strategy.
We've identified four major areas that we'd like to focus on as part of our plan:More
SNPA is working with the News Media Alliance to raise awareness about the importance of real news produced by trusted news organizations that employ high-quality, investigative journalists. The second phase of the national campaign begins today.More
In David Letterman style (but with two additional items), Tom Yunt sent attendees at the SNPA-Inland Annual Meeting home with a dozen ideas that will drive revenue for their newspapers. Ninety-nine percent of what he talked about was focused on the core product – print; not digital. Yunt is COO of United Communications Corporation, Kenosha, Wisc., which publishes the daily Kenosha News, two additional dailies, several weeklies and several television stations.More