Archive for September, 2013

News Reporter

The Journal, a 7-day daily in New Ulm, MN, is looking for a reporter to cover city government, politics and regular features.

Expand Your Advertising Product Offerings with MNA Statewide Networks

MNA offers two statewide advertising networks that make the placement process easy and efficient and has proven to be extremely effective at delivering results.

Pumarlo: Reporting business news – the good and bad

Editors and reporters face the same challenges pursuing stories with “private” officials as they do with “public’ officials. Everyone is eager to share what’s considered good news, but reluctant to talk about bad news.

Letterpress History comes alive in DVD documentary

The Minnesota Newspaper Foundation produced a beautiful DVD featuring letterpress printing and the importance of newspapers in Minnesota’s history. A final order of the DVDs will be placed soon and this may be your last chance to order it.

Google AdWords Certification Training Oct. 23-24

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MNA & LMA have joined forces to train your sales professionals to be experts in Google AdWords in just two days.

Henninger: We have to do better than this

By: Ed Henninger It wasn’t an email I enjoyed reading. Here are the essential paragraphs: “He [the editor] […]

Nau: Selling Your Community and Your Newspaper with Ease!

‘Selling Your Community and Your Newspaper with Ease!’ by  Chuck Nau In this ever changing economic and media environment, let me […]

Ad-libs: How to talk about your competitors

By John Foust Raleigh, NC I was talking to Kyle, an advertiser who has been dealing with media […]

Education Reporter

St. Cloud Times Education Reporter: The St. Cloud Times is looking for an experienced, enterprising and audience-oriented reporter […]

Volunteer and Donor event sends the Museum building at the State Fair off in style

The Minnesota Newspaper Museum at the State Fairgrounds was the scene of a wonderful event Saturday, September 7, to thank the dedicated volunteers and donors who have made the museum work each year.