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Conference to Cover Print, Online, Mobile & More -- May 18-20, Chicago


NEWS RELEASE
Traverse City, MI.
Suburban Newspapers of America is once again partnering with The Blinder Group, this time to produce a world-class revenue summit this May in Chicago. This three day event is all about the money, and that is absolutely reflected in the program.

“Mike Blinder has literally traveled the world over the past few years conducting sales blitzes and providing training to media companies of all sizes,” said Nancy Lane, President, SNA. “He is in a position to identify the best and most innovative revenue-producing ideas and bring the people behind these ideas to an event such as this one. We couldn’t be more excited to team up with Mike for what is no doubt going to be one of our best events of the year.”

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Prepared by: Al Cupo, VP, Operations, SNA

SNA recently presented a free member webinar addressing the development of PATCH and other new, local web competitors. This presentation featured Mel Taylor of Mel Taylor Media as a guest speaker, and attracted a record number of webinar participants. Mel Taylor is an industry consultant who has been closely following the development of hyper-local sites like Patch, Groupon, ReachLocal and others.

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The SNA Editorial Contest attracts more than 1,500 entries each year from more than 250 newspapers across North America. We’re pleased to announce the winners of the prestigious Editor and Journalist of the Year honors; all first place winners will be recognized at the Fall Publishers’ and Advertising Directors’ Conference.

The winners of the remaining 36 categories of the Editorial Contest will be announced in early February.

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The National Newspaper Association, headquartered in Columbia, MO, recently released the results of their fifth readership survey on the patterns of community newspaper readers. This report was completed by the research arm of the Reynolds Journalism Institute at the Missouri School of Journalism and specifically looked at the reactions of people served by local newspapers.

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