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Telegraph Herald surpasses new starts goal by 570% with iQ Audience+

When launching on iQ Audience+, Telegraph Herald set a goal to acquire 20 new subscribers via the paywall each month. "We exceeded 30 by the second day, and were up to 134 by the end of the first month," says Mike Connolly, interactive media director for TH Media. "We gained another 74 active subscribers by the end of the second month." more

Stacker delivers engaging, research-based stories to TownNews-powered local media organizations

Local news organizations are always on the lookout for unique data-driven storytelling to help them capture new readers and drive increased audience engagement. However, for many newsrooms there’s simply a lack of resources to produce and distribute authoritative data journalism in their local markets. A new partnership between TownNews and Stacker can help with that. more

TownNews introduces NewsGigs to connect journalism professionals with open local media opportunities

NewsGigs enables journalists, editors, photographers and other media pros to quickly find opportunities with local media outlets in need of skilled freelance, part-time and full-time help. Local news organizations looking to hire also can post jobs or freelance opportunities on NewsGigs and search for journalism professionals to fill their open positions. more

TownNews and BlueFrame pact provides sports live streaming audience, revenue service to local papers

With a return to in-person sports uncertain in 2020, school districts may need help replacing lost gate receipts. News organizations can step in with turnkey, affordable live streaming from TownNews and BlueFrame. more

TownNews takes on 'news deserts' with News Nirvana program

News Nirvana, a new service from TownNews, identifies news deserts, partners with capable local publishers and editors, and provides them with the tools, resources and consulting to make their new digital news initiatives successful. Qualifying news start-ups will be equipped with a mobile-friendly website that includes robust editorial tools, subscription/membership support, detailed site analytics and more. more

How the Aspen Daily News appealed to readers’ FOMO to raise over $42,000 during COVID-19

Located in the heart of beautiful Colorado ski country, the Aspen Daily News has been in operation for 42 years. As a hyperlocal, free paper, the staff doesn't rely on subscriptions. The paper also operates without a nonprofit 501c3 status or the backing of a larger corporation. "We felt vulnerable not having those safety nets," Publisher David Cook said. "I wanted to be in charge of my ship and react quickly. I made adjustments to expenses, and worked with PPP loans and furloughs. But I knew a big part of getting through this was to get community support as quickly as possible." more

Celebrate the graduates of 2020 with a turnkey virtual commencement

Honor the graduating students in your community and drive advertising dollars with an easy, compelling special section. more

TownNews tackles the coronavirus with world-class infrastructure, new revenue services and expert guidance

In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, traffic to U.S. news sites has been staggering. In the month of March, the TownNews network — made up of more than 2,000 newspaper, TV, radio and web-native news organizations — delivered more than one billion pageviews, a 51% increase over the prior 31-day period. During the same period, overall user sessions were up 59%, to more than 606 million, while first-time visitors rose 55%. more

How the St. Joseph News-Press combats the coronavirus circulation challenges with multimedia e-Editions

With everyone doing their part to shelter in place due to the coronavirus pandemic, it's become even more challenging for the News-Press to serve the greater St. Joseph area with print alone. In times of global crisis, readers are hungry for breaking news — and the e-Edition offered by the News-Press helps to meet that need. more

New 'Support Local Journalism' feature makes instant impact for TownNews customers

In just a few days, nearly 150 local media sites have signed up to add contributions to their revenue game plans, generating significant income from readers. more

Webinar | Tips and resources for weathering the coronavirus crisis - March 2020

At this special webinar, the TownNews team shared ideas and best practices for serving your audience and generating revenue during the coronavirus pandemic. more

Grow revenue by inviting direct contributions from your digital visitors

Urge your users to express their support for local journalism with one-time or monthly monetary contributions. more

Local media traffic spikes 48% in the wake of COVID-19

Newspaper and broadcast journalists are proving once again how essential they are to our society. more

TownNews and Evvnt announce strategic technology partnership to launch premium revenue-generating events calendars

Under a new strategic partnership, customers using TownNews' content management platforms for their websites and apps will be able to offer visitors a streamlined event promotion experience via Evvnt. more

TownNews to launch Data Insights, a powerful new way for media companies to analyze and profit from their data

A new program from TownNews will make it easier than ever for publishers and broadcasters to aggregate and act on their data. more

TownNews preps iQ Audience+, a sophisticated, data-driven solution for audience monetization and growth

iQ Audience+ from TownNews is designed to give media organizations of all sizes powerful new tools to lift their subscription rolls and preserve programmatic ad revenue, while boosting audience engagement. more

TownNews announces two executive appointments

TownNews has announced that Sinead Steele has been appointed to the newly-created position of vice president of operations, and Rick Rogers has been promoted to chief revenue officer. more
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