Inland Press Foundation honors Jeremy Halbreich with Distinguished Service Award

Jeremy L. Halbreich, chairman and CEO of Dallas-based AIM Media Management, has been named the 2021 recipient of the Inland Press Foundation Distinguished Service Award. Halbreich will receive the award at the annual meeting of America’s Newspapers on Oct. 18 in Colorado Springs.

Southern Newspapers to underwrite Carmage Walls Commentary Prize, beginning again in 2022

Honoring excellence in editorial writing has been the goal of the Carmage Walls Commentary Prize, presented for many years by the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association.  Beginning in 2022, this award will again be presented — by America's Newspapers — and underwritten by Southern Newspapers, Inc.
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Dive into the digital future of journalism with The News Nirvana Podcast

In the new twice-monthly podcast, brought to you by TownNews, host Nick Parker interviews media insiders to uncover how news organizations are remaking themselves to thrive in an ever-shifting landscape.

Pugpig celebrates its 10th birthday with a major product launch and a birthday gift for you!

We're very excited to be celebrating two major milestones this week at Pugpig: our 10th birthday, and the launch of our latest and greatest mobile and web publishing platform. And we're letting you in on our birthday celebrations!

Publisher realizes huge digital revenue stream

A weekly community publisher in the Southeastern part of the United States came into a huge digital revenue stream with AdCellerant before and during the Coronavirus pandemic. Before partnering with AdCellerant, this publisher leveraged a different digital fulfillment company and was having trouble accomplishing its revenue goals.

Case study: Newspaper taps into 20k Facebook audience by implementing Social Media Autopost

Social media is a great resource for marketing that should be automated as much as possible (using Buffer or a website plugin). In this case study, a community newspaper had 20,000 followers on Facebook, but no website. Launching its first site a few weeks ago was like building a town in 1850 with no connection to the transcontinental railroad. But by posting article links to the website on Facebook, the paper created an immediate channel from the audience it had been developing for years.

Impact from subscriber-only (premium) content

Publishers achieve significant boosts in revenue and subscriptions by understanding what content should be classified as “premium” and placed behind a paywall.

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