All-Star Faculty to Lead Two Days of the Best in Digital Revenue Strategies and Tactics Register by January 29 and pay only $395 to attend. This program is designed for local media executives that are looking to truly move the needle when it comes to growing digital revenue. The faculty that will conduct this program consists of some of the brightest digital minds in North America and Europe representing a wide range of media companies. All are having…Find out more »
Associated Press Media Editors is bringing its renowned NewsTrain workshop to Halifax, Nova Scotia, May 6-7, 2016. Registration for this affordable, high-quality workshop will be $75 U.S. and includes two full days of training and meals. The Halifax NewsTrain will be held at the University of King's College, in conjunction with the Atlantic Journalism Awards Gala, which takes place at the Halifax Marriott Harbourfront Hotel on May 7. NewsTrain is open to all journalists including reporters and editors from all media, freelancers, students, and journalism…Find out more »
Today digital services that connect all sectors of commerce, business, tourism and people are more important than ever to local newspapers. By centralizing all community and business information, you position your paper as the main focal point for all community information, and become the one-stop shop for mobile, social and online promotional advertising coordinated across all channels. This webinar will teach attendees how to review platforms for best practices, the power of video for services and how to drive new…Find out more »
BCYCNA is gearing up for next year’s Ma Murray Community Newspaper Awards, which will be held on Saturday, May 7, 2016.
The gala is an opportunity to recognize the achievements of the associations’ 111 member newspapers in British Columbia and Yukon.Find out more »
The 2016 Atlantic Journalism Awards will be held on Saturday May 7, 2016 at the Halifax Marriott Harbourfront Hotel.
Reception 5:30 p.m. Atlantic
Gala Dinner and Awards show 6:30 p.m. AtlanticFind out more »
Last year, the Record-Journal declared revolution with “Revolution 2015,” an intensive campaign to increase its digital presence. Learn what the newsroom did to achieve a 39% increase in its digital audience. With Liz White, Executive Vice President & Assistant Publisher, Ralph Tomaselli, Senior Vice President & Editor, Shawn Palmer, Senior Vice President & Chief Revenue Officer, and Carolyn Voelkening, Chief Innovation & Digital Officer, Record-Journal, Meriden, Conn. $15 US for Newspapers Canada members. When registering, select "Newspapers Canada" as your co-sponsoring association.Find out more »
You’ve got your business set up on social media, now what? This presentation will highlight industry trends, tactics and best practices for utilizing online marketing to grow your audience beyond your friends and family and deepen engagement. We will cover specific examples relating to social media, email, mobile and search engines that will help demystify using social media and use it to grow your business. with Shannon Kinney, Founder and Client Success Officer, Dream Local Digital $15 US for Newspapers…Find out more »
Hear about the inspiration and execution of The News-Gazette’s “50 Ways to Engage Our Readers” campaign that dramatically changed the physical layout of the newsroom, created a video enterprise—and increased page views 30% in a single year. With Jim Rossow, Editor, The News-Gazette $15 US for Newspapers Canada members. When registering, select "Newspapers Canada" as your co-sponsoring association.Find out more »
Social Media can be your best friend and your worst nightmare. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest have built insanely large communities, invented invaluable marketing tools, and cultivated an insatiable desire to disrupt the world. However some of the offers social media companies make are too good to be true. Publishers are seeing more and more traffic coming from these social media platforms, and it’s tempting to let them handle your content distribution, but what happens when you don’t control your audience…Find out more »
At a time when some newspapers are cutting back on their print frequency, the Hutchinson News took the bold step of creating a joint Sunday edition that extended the publication cycle of its sister publication, The Garden City Telegram to a seventh day. By wrapping a co-branded jacket around its Sunday edition, the News expanded its Sunday circulation while creating new advertising sales opportunities for the Telegram. But in this webinar you’ll learn that’s not all to the 28,000-circulation paper’s strategy that is…Find out more »