Alert! Alert! The information demands on the modern digital journalist are overwhelming and leading to burnout
Journalists are overwhelmed by the information they process in their working day and want to explore solutions with third-party providers and management to make it more manageable. That’s the finding of a nine-month project involving discussions across the industry and a revealing in-depth survey.MORE
Carol Goss-Daniels has been hired as the new executive vice president of the Tennessee Press Service. Dave Gould, president of TPS, said, "In her new role, Carol will lobby on behalf of our newspapers, lead the TPS ad sales efforts and oversee the staff."MORE
Digital Genie and ITI Digital are the newest members of SNPA.MORE
Digital Genie and ITI Digital have applied for membership in SNPA.MORE
When newspapers are disappointed with their digital results, the problem typically is a combination of not having the right products for their market, their sales teams not being fully equipped with everything they need, and possibly not being held accountable for their digital sales numbers.
Carol Evanicky and Penny Merian of Digital Genie, a new company that launched in early April, are working with newspapers to help them address these issues and to develop those audience and advertiser segments they want to grow.MORE
An SNPA member newspaper wants to revive its NIE program and is looking for curriculum that will be helpful to North Carolina teachers.
What resources do teachers find most helpful?
What materials are available that you would recommend?
Post your recommendations in the COMMENTS section of this article or email Cindy Durham in the SNPA office: firstname.lastname@example.org.MORE
A little hummingbird wants gum and can blow big bubbles. Artie Knapp's short stories are free to SNPA member newspapers.MORE
Young students are introduced to some of the characteristics of Autism, when a new student starts attending their school. Artie Knapp's short stories are free to SNPA member newspapers.MORE
A young boy learns that you don’t always find what you looking for, but if you keep on going you might find something just as interesting. Artie Knapp's short stories are free to SNPA member newspapers.MORE
It's not necessarily the strongest who survive and thrive, but those who adapt the most quickly to the changes in the market. The Tuesday morning general session at the Mega-Conference will feature the leaders of the companies that are adapting the fastest. What's their secret? How are they able to move the needle as other companies have failed?More
You'll want to stay until Wednesday morning at this year's Mega-Conference. We have the hottest topics set for our Roundtable sessions so bring your burning questions and come ready to learn the best ideas in the industry.More