This workshop, created exclusively for weekly publishers and managers, is made possible through the generous support of the Observer Publishing Co. and the Northrop family, in memory and honor of Eliza Northrop Beale*.
Beginning on Friday, October 18, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., and continuing on Saturday, October 19, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., this one and a half day workshop offers presentations and roundtables to help today's weekly publisher find success. From management to legal issues, to generating revenue and using social media, today's most pressing topics will be addressed.
This is a complimentary workshop (including overnight accommodations) and registration will be accepted on a first come, first served basis with only 12 participants accepted. Register today by returning a completed registration form. The 2013 workshop features community journalism expert Jock Lauterer of the University of North Carolina. For more information on Jock and details of the sessions, please click here.
*About Liza Beale: An active and committed member of her community and the PNA, Liza Northrop Beale died unexpectedly at age 49, in 2009. She was the general manager of The Almanac in McMurray and was set to receive the PNA Foundation's Newspaper of the Year for non-dailies when she took ill. She also served as editor of the magazines Southepointe Today and Suburban Living and was the former editor of The McDonald Record-Enterprise. She was a director on the board of the Observer Publishing Company, and served as Vice President on the PNA Foundation. An award-winning journalist, Liza was recognized for her writing with Keystone Press Awards, SPJ and was a finalist for the prestigious Golden Quill.