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2014 Zenger Award, date set for October

Mark Your Calendars Zenger Dinner to honor founder of public-interest site, ProPublica Paul Steiger, the founding editor-in-chief and CEO of ProPublica, an independent, non-profit newsroom that produces investigative journalism in the public interest, is the 2014 winner of the John Peter and Anna Catherine Zenger Award. Steiger will accept the award at a gala dinner… Read More

 

Mobile Devices in Courtrooms: New Rules

Mobile Devices in Courtrooms: New Rules, New Newsgathering Challenges, Oct. 17, 2014 Attention ANA members: Learn about a recent state court rule about how you can use mobile devices in open court — and how you can’t. A free panel discussion, “Mobile Devices in Courtrooms: New Rules, New Newsgathering Challenges,” is 8:30 a.m. to 10:30… Read More

 

Lynn Ruby to present in depth look at benefits of social media networks

You’re Social, Now What? Making Social Media Work for You. You’ve thought about what social networks to use for your business or nonprofit, and you’re ready to take the next step. Where do you go from there? This seminar will give you a closer look at the popular social media networks – Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn,… Read More

 

Media veteran Hively to present digital marketing session at ANA Fall Conference

Hively, a media veteran of 28 years, has held senior roles with companies that include Knight Ridder Digital, Advance Internet, Scripps, Digital First and most recently Journal Communications. While at Journal, he launched a digital agency division, becoming one of the first media companies to venture into the Digital Services category. With best practices learned, Hively opened… Read More

 

Technology and journalism’s future

NAA Editorial: The technology that will stimulate journalism’s future is now here By Caroline Little, NAA president & CEO To say technology has changed the newspaper media industry is understating the obvious. While much discussion focuses on how we read the news, technology is changing the way we report the news. The image of a… Read More

 

The Adobe Cloud. Should I or shouldn’t I?

Kevin Slimp http://www.kevinslimp.com/               I’ve written a couple of columns related to the Adobe Cloud. Still, I’m stopped several times at every speaking event by publishers wanting to know if they should upgrade. CS6 suites are available for individual purchase via electronic software download on Adobe.com. Customers must pay… Read More

 

Meet the Candidates 2014

On July 15, Arizona Capitol Times sponsored their election year event, “Meet the Candidates”. A very successful turnout of more than half of the invited candidates where present and many brought campaign materials and signage. Co-sponsoring the event were several organizations, including the ANA, which where positioned in a vendor area at the entrance of… Read More

 

USPS closing processing plants, Phoenix, Tucson affected

At the end of this posting there are two PDFs for download. One is a list of the facilities that will be affected nationwide. The second PDF is a Q & A sheet prepared by the USPS. Closing 80+ Mail Processing Plants and Degrading Periodicals/First-Class Mail Service: a Recipe for More Lost Business for USPS… Read More

 

DeGeorge to present Classified Sales Training at ANA 2014 Fall Convention

Janet DeGeorge is president of Classified Executive Training & Consulting since 2001. She specializes in Classified Sales training, the training of new classified managers, outbound sales training, and redesigns of print products and rates to uncover new revenue sources. De George first started her newspaper career at the San Jose Mercury News over twenty years… Read More

 

John Marling, Friday’s keynote speaker for ANA 2014 Fall Convention

John Marling is the President and founder of Pulse Research. As publisher for a weekly newspaper group with more than 100,000 circulation, serving suburbs of Portland for more than 13 years, he recognized the need for research information that was more effective at communicating the value of a publication’s readers to advertisers. That was the… Read More

 
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