Large press line reduces production time to 6 minutes
How long does it take to lay out a newspaper? How about 6 minutes? This is the maximum time it takes to place advertisements in each of Lee Enterprises’ 400 newspapers. Read how it’s done.
CherryRoad Media Accelerates Legal Aspects with New Collaborative Technology
The problem with legal has always been that publishing public notices is cumbersome. This bogs down staff and jeopardizes the longevity of legal documents in newspapers by frustrating governments, law firms and citizens required to file them. But there is a solution.
Accelerate the profitability of publishing via the media franchise
In this sixty-minute “E&P Reports” live sponsored webinar, attendees will learn how publishers can find new profits by downsizing, accounting for costs while improving their digital presence – at no cost. And how any industry professional can find a new career as a local community editor with a quick path to profitability.
Promotion “Operations All-Stars” of 2022. Nominate a colleague today!
Help us recognize the heart and soul of our industry, the leaders who help us produce quality products every day while keeping an eye on our bottom line! Nominate a colleague today so we can salute them and share their insights with the global news publishing industry, in our Class of 2022 “Operations All-Stars!” Additionally, winners in all 3 categories each receive $2,000 and travel to the ING Fall Conference, September 17-18, 2022 in Newport, Rhode Island.
PAGE Cooperative – Membership Campaign
Formed 40 years ago, the PAGE cooperative has served generations of newspaper executives and is seeing growing interest in new members. PAGE brings together members with a common goal of cost control but with the added benefits of best practices, advice and shortage response.
Major demographic trends mean a new era for obituaries
A recent publisher-sponsored webinar explored four demographic shifts that will impact the obituary market and covered recommendations on what newspapers can do to secure the future of their most local content. important.
PAGE Cooperative — Ever-increasing savings and revenues for news publishers
More than 40 years ago, a bill that accidentally landed on the wrong desk sparked an initiative to bring the newspaper industry together. This invoice was addressed to a large press chain but was received by an independent newspaper publisher. When he saw the price difference from the same supplier, the idea was born to form a newspaper buying cooperative.
Improve products and profits with design outsourcing
On Wednesday, February 16 at 12 p.m. ET, find out how many of today’s publishers (including E&P) have made the decision to improve their productivity and profits by completely outsourcing all design and production services to improve productivity and achieve significant savings. Sign up for this FREE (sponsored) 1-hour show where you’ll learn how 4 media companies are now benefiting from design outsourcing.
Play well with paywalls
The recent proliferation of paywalls is impossible to ignore. As more and more newspapers and other media seek to monetize their content online, they are erecting walls to protect their content as a necessary and beneficial business strategy.
Optimize obituaries to drive traffic and increase revenue
Media professionals and publishers with over 25 years of experience shared how obituaries drive digital traffic, ensure reader engagement and increase revenue.
Media Audit is looking for a Market Manager
The Media Audit, a leading media and consumer market research firm, is looking for the right person to work with (and grow) our media clientele in the Southwest region of the States. -United. You will be part of a team of seasoned professionals, with backgrounds working online, in television, radio, print and outdoor media, as well as in advertising agencies.
A call to serve
Report for America is a national service program that places reporters in local newsrooms to report on underreported issues and communities. As a Report for America reporter, you’ll join a movement to strengthen communities — and democracy — through truthful, fearless, fair, and intelligent local journalism. Our unique model combines the skills and passion of emerging journalists, photographers and videographers with local news outlets across the country.
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Bay Area News Group seeks Director of Digital Products and Sales
Bay Area News Group, a subsidiary of MediaNews Group, is looking for a Director of Digital Products and Sales to join the team! The Director of Digital Products and Sales designs and executes the sales plan for the department in coordination with senior management and has ultimate responsibility for the sales team that drives our success. The ideal candidate will have strong interpersonal skills, a collaborative spirit and demonstrate strong leadership qualities that inspire and motivate the sales team.
Recorded Wednesday JAN. 12, 2022
Artificial intelligence is transforming the news publishing industry
On Wednesday, January 12, attendees learned how modern AI (artificial intelligence) can help any media company create new revenue streams, increase site traffic, and measure and execute audio campaigns. and influencers to increase revenue with their content.
E&P’s “10 Who Do It Right”
Each year, E&P recognizes companies that have achieved the impossible by innovating, implementing cost savings, or developing new programs that have generated huge increases in revenue or viewership.
New original content and creative formats delight readers and attract advertisers
Humans have told stories through pictures for millennia. The long tradition of sequential art brought comics to us in the late 1800s, and William Randolph Hearst founded King Features Syndicate soon after. Today, King Features’ classic comics are cherished by millions as King strives to develop new products, services and voices for the 21st century.
2 case studies on maximizing revenue from print and online subscriptions by leveraging turnkey solutions
This webinar showcased how two news publishing companies reduced marketing spend while increasing needed viewership and readership revenue. Participants learned actionable, go-to-market, and proven solutions that can be implemented by media companies of any size to increase needed subscription revenue.
Cost-effectively deploy apps and audio news | 3 case studies
This hour-long webinar shows how three publishers focus on serving growing mobile audiences with native apps and audio content, both of which are produced automatically when content is published to their WordPress websites.
Over $200,000 in new branded content revenue from storytelling | A case study
Oregon’s Pamplin Media Group recently generated significant new revenue through the rollout of “The Storyteller Solution,” a new program developed in partnership between Branded Content Project and Editor & Publisher Magazine.
Saluting Best Workplaces finds new revenue from new business categories | Two case studies
Two news publishers (LNP Media Group and the Colorado Springs Gazette) found new revenue in new business categories by rolling out a “Best Workplaces” multimedia marketing program. Discover all the details of the deployment.
Increase your revenue with recycling
Newspapers need to deliver a top-quality news and information product to their communities and take advantage of every revenue-generating opportunity – and recycling waste is often overlooked. Maximizing recycling revenue starts with training in the process, and professional advice from CellMark Recycling has informed many print operations.
Innovation drives newspaper recycling
Keeping newspaper newsrooms running efficiently and profitably requires an innovative recycling program, and print shops as diverse as the Chicago Tribune and South Florida’s Sun Sentinel are achieving these goals by partnering with CellMark Recycling. .
Free Articles CAN Create Paid Digital Subscribers | Two case studies
In this sponsored “E&P REPORTS” webinar, we explored how two community newspapers implemented paywalls while offering a free legacy print product. Attendees learned how the Chesterfield (Va.) Observer (60,000 suburban Richmond riders weekly) and Agoura Hills (California) Acorn (40,000 suburban Los Angeles riders weekly) each found new reading revenue through innovative digital subscription models.
Building public notice for the next generation
This valuable “E&P REPORTS” webinar explored how major media companies are investing in a new future for public and legal notices. Attendees learned how centralizing public notice operations can improve the customer experience and simplify order entry, billing and paging.
Self-serve ad automation is the answer, says E&P webinar panel
Self-serve ad automation programs can generate significant revenue while delivering excellent value to local advertisers, resulting in maximum retention. That was the focus of an April 7 panel discussion on the successful use of self-serve ad automation programs at three local media companies in partnership with iPublish Media Solutions.