Get involved!
Join a committee!

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Separately, we are many voices.
Some too small to be heard.
Together, we are one.  One voice.
One message. One goal.
Louder. Stronger. Bolder.
 
We are America's Newspapers.
Join your voice with ours.
And be heard.
 

Help make America's Newspapers a strong voice for everyone. To join a committee, e-mail Edward VanHorn (edward@snpa.org) or Alan Fisco (afisco@seattletimes.com).

 

Finance Committee:

  • Assist management in developing and monitoring financial plans, budgets and performance.

  • Meet quarterly to review financial performance and assure that the association's finances align with the broad strategic objectives.

Government Relations Committee:

  • Monitor government, regulatory and First Amendment issues that affect newspapers.

  • Align with national and state associations to champion the interests of newspapers.

Marketing Committee:

  • Support the association's promise to act as a clear and passionate voice supporting the fundamental role that newspapers play in their local communities.

  • The committee, in conjunction with staff, will create strategic marketing initiatives across the association's communication channels and assess their effectiveness.

Membership Committee:

  • Formulate strategies supporting membership growth, outreach and engagement/retention.

  • Design policies and initiatives that support those three key elements of its mission.

  • Periodically review membership classes, dues and policies/procedures and report back to the board on its activities.

Programming Committee:

  • Work with staff in developing vital and effective events, best practice sharing, relevant and actionable industry research and education.

  • Help structure the annual programming plan and monitor member response to those opportunities.

R&D Committee:

  • Identify key industry technology needs, trends and companies that provide solutions to address those trends.

  • Meet periodically with those companies to assess emerging technologies and their application to the needs of the membership.

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