Inland webinars available for $15 E-mail
Wednesday, 20 August 2014 07:15


Texas Press Association is a co-sponsor for the Inland Press Association webinars. All TPA members can participate for just $15.

Here is a list of upcoming webinars. To view more webinars, click here.

Wednesday, August 20 - 10:30 a.m. CDT
The Changing Landscape of Newspaper Acquisitions
The makeup of buyers and sellers in the newspaper industry has changed dramatically from the days when the large public companies dominated the acquisition marketplace. This webinar will explore the new faces, new trends and new companies, and what it means for the future of newspaper ownership. 
With Phil Murray, Executive Vice President, Dirks, Van Essen and Murray

Thursday August 21- 2 p.m. CDT
Beyond The Water Cooler: Developing effective business and personal communications
If your newspaper company is like many others, your employees rate for the company's internal communications lower than you'd like. This session explores the root causes of ineffective communications, and provides practical ways to improve how you communicate with your team members, clients, departments-even top management. You'll learn communication techniques that will help you in both business and personal situations throughout your career.
With Dan Chiodo, President, iMPACT Training & Development

Tuesday, August 26 - 10:30 a.m. CDT
Reach New Heights of Revenue: Key Takeaways from the Second Street Promotions Summit
Recognizing the shift in advertisers' marketing spend from ads to promotion, Second Street convened a Promotions Summit to showcase media companies that are generating millions of dollars right now with promotions. This webinar will provide a roadmap that any media company can easily follow to capitalize on the boundless opportunities promotions afford. With Matt Chaney and Julie Foley, Directors of Affiliate Success and Matt Coen, President & Co-Founder, Second Street

August e-Newsletter E-mail
Friday, 15 August 2014 15:43

The August e-Newsletter is now available here.


Public notice ad available for your homepage E-mail
Monday, 04 August 2014 13:47

doorwaypublicnoticesFinding the massive (and growing) online clearinghouse for public notices just got easier, thanks to an attractive new "doorway" interactive graphic. Click here to view the instructions and download the graphic.
Your newspaper's website visitors need only click the doorway graphic to find the searchable database of public notices — at — that yours and hundreds of other Texas newspapers upload on a daily, weekly or semiweekly basis.
This convenient way for readers to tap into required notices that local and state governmental bodies place can boost readership while providing a powerful augmentation to the classified- and display-style notices that newspapers publish in print. Plus, it's a pleasing and effective way to draw more readers to websites, with very little effort.
Demand for this kind of feature on websites is rooted in an array of current market conditions. First, non-newspaper lobbying organizations, over the last decade, have pushed members and committees of the Texas Legislature to remove printed public notice requirements in state law in favor of placing those notices on governmental bodies' websites, or on private and even out-of-state websites.

Read more: Public notice ad available for your homepage

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