Free webinar: Friday, August 14 (1 p.m. CDT, 2 p.m. EDT)

Webinar offers specific, helpful advice to protect and grow public notice revenue

The webinar recording can be viewed anytime if this date does not work for you!

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Public notices have an historically important role of informing the public. They’ve also become the most important single source of classified revenue for many newspapers. But there’s no category of revenue that faces greater threats as newspapers fight literally dozens of legislative measures across the country every year to take notices out of print.

There are specific, helpful things you can do to protect and even grow this revenue. It starts with treating your notice advertisers like the important customers they are. You can arm yourself with the “talking points” you need to have at your disposal when the topic comes up with advertisers, legislators and the general public.

Our presenters will show you specifically how to do that and more. They are two leading experts who have successfully fought for years to help newspapers keep notices in print where they belong: Richard Karpel of the Public Notice Resource Center and Dennis Hetzel, a former editor, publisher and executive director of the Ohio News Media Association.

If you can't participate on August 14, no problem! Register anyway and view a recording of the webinar at your convenience.

Registration instructions for members:

Members of America's Newspapers can register for webinars at no cost. The registration fee is $35 for other newspapers ($45 after August 11). Registrations will be accepted up until the day of the webinar.

  • Email psheffield@newspapers.org for the COUPON CODE to register free (if you don't already have the America's Newspapers code)
  • Click here to register
  • In the COUPON CODE field at the bottom of the screen, enter the America's Newspapers code to register free.

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