SNPA will host a free video conference on "How Your News Coverage Impacts Your Revenue" on Thursday, July 19. To participate you must to sign up by July 13.
SNPA's monthly P2P programs are free for SNPA members, but participants must sign up in advance and share an example.
Moderator Tom Silvestri, president and publisher of the Richmond (Va.) Times-Dispatch, wants you to tell us how you’ve been successful: news projects, initiatives, coverage and newsroom innovation that have increased audience (unique viewers or paid subscriptions) or helped advertising attract new revenue because of quality journalism.MORE
SNPA will host a free video conference on "Leveraging Data to Build Audience and Diversify Revenue" on Thursday, June 21. To participate you must to sign up by June 15.
"Publishers are typically tasked with two massive and often conflicting challenges," says Tom Ratkovich of LEAP Media Solutions, who will moderate the discussion. "The first is to grow audience despite declining print circulation and proliferating digital content options. The second is to increase consumer revenue."
The June 21 "P2P" (Publisher-to-Publisher) program will explore the fundamentals of a tactical data strategy and its implications for audience growth and monetization.MORE
SNPA is hosting a free video conference on "Organizing Your Sales Force" from 2-3 p.m. (EDT) on Thursday, May 17. In just one hour, you will talk with your counterparts at other newspapers and compare your sales organization to others in the industry. This is a conversation every publisher needs to hear.
SNPA "P2P" (Publisher-to-Publisher) programs are free for SNPA members that submit ideas that add to the conversation. And, if you join the call, you will receive all of the input from all of the other participating newspapers.MORE
SNPA is launching a new series of free "P2P" video conferences for publishers that will help publishers grow revenue and sharpen their management skills.MORE
A 7,500-circulation Monday-Friday daily in rural Dunn, N.C., has grabbed its own piece of the preprint pie with a two-part sales pitch. First, people in Dunn like to shop, too, and they're willing to leave town to do so. Second, why not drop off a small percentage of the preprint spoilage destined for larger papers at The Daily Record in Dunn instead?More
AMG|Parade and SNPA will co-host a rooftop party overlooking downtown Nashville during the 2018 News Industry Summit in October.
The event will be held from 6:30-8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 11, at Rock Bottom Brewery.More