News & MediaJune 19, 2016
On C-SPAN's Washington Journal, NAA president & CEO David Chavern discusses how the news media business is evolving.
News & MediaJune 28, 2016
NAA 2016 Top 30 Under 30 Awards recipient Arielle Ray, a Video Journalist and Motion Graphics Specialist at The Wall Street Journal, knows how hectic the world of news media can be. But through years of covering a wide variety of projects, she’s learned to solve any problem that comes her way. It's not surprising that her experience comes in handy; video journalism is no easy task. But all the hard work pays off; each video is unique and brings to life Arielle's creative vision.
BlogJune 27, 2016
The Federal Aviation Administration has finalized its rules on the commercial use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), or "drones", weighing up to 55 pounds. When the rules go into effect in August 2016, journalists will have clear and streamlined guidance for drones for newsgathering purposes across the U.S. The rules mark the FAA’s first attempt at a comprehensive plan to ensure the safe use of small drones by commercial entities without having to seek case-by-case approval.
News & MediaJune 27, 2016
In the first of a five-part webinar series, "Revenue and Audience Builders – Ideas That Work," presenters Rich Handloff, director of consumer marketing at The Washington Post, Craig Holley, senior director of national product sales at Gannett Co. and Heather Williams, regional vice president of audience development at McClatchy, shared marketing and promotion tactics for consumer relations.
NAA RoundupJune 24, 2016
Weekly NAA Roundup of the latest member announcements and staff changes, NAA announcements, what's on our reading list, and social media posts. The June 24th edition includes GateHouse Media's new radio station; NY Times and Financial Times expand digital hotel access; NAA member webinar on the final DOL Overtime rule; and how newspapers responded to #Brexit.
News & MediaJune 24, 2016
The Raleigh (NC) News & Observer’s newest venture, College Town, aims to put the news into the hands of local college students. The website covers four universities within the North Carolina Research Triangle: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Duke University, North Carolina State University and North Carolina Central University.
News & MediaJune 23, 2016
In 2015, approximately 79 percent of U.S. newspapers (77 out of 98) with circulations of more than 50,000 were using a digital subscription model, according American Press Institute. Just five years prior, only six newspapers had a paywall. However, the increasing use of paywalls can pose a challenge for publishers looking to expand reach and gain subscribers through social media.