We’re going to try something new at Mediabids. It’s called Ad Talk. Once a week (or so) we will launch a new video about one of our great advertisers. The format or presentation will change but the goal will always be the same – to bring our great advertisers to life (or at least let you – the publishers – know more about why our advertisers are great for your readers and community.)
The holidays are fast approaching! The ads below are now available to run in your print edition. Generate revenue each time one of your readers makes a purchase! Click on the links below to request individual ads or fill out the form below to request them all.
Oct. 1 – 7 is officially “National Newspaper Week” and MediaBids would like to thank each and every newspaper we work with.
The theme this year is “Real Newspapers…Real News” and a website has been set up for interested newspapers to download content & house ads reinforcing the importance of newspapers to use in print editions and online.
Spanning a wide variety of publication types, many newspapers and magazines have seen an uptick in readership in 2017 over the prior year. Here’s just a small sampling of those who have increased digital & print subscriptions –
Details are below for our 254th free educational PowerHour, since 1995
During this 60-minute MediaBids PowerHour we will be discussing the points below plus fielding your specific questions
An authoritative approach, are you and your ad sales team on message? Does your media brand mirror your messaging?
What are the steps to focus your authoritative voice in a way that your best advertisers and prospective advertisers, take notice? How will this approach, shift your relationship with ad agency buyers?
How does your authoritative approach, achieve more ad sales? What is your competitive stack?
As prep for #2 above and to continue this discussion with ad sales leaders from around the world, please join our flagship LinkedIn group, Advertising Sales Success—with 4500+ leaders on this url: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/2379105
When: Thursday, June 22
Please note, the above MediaBids PowerHour starts at 1:00 p.m. Eastern/New York/Toronto time, which is
12:00 p.m. Central/Dallas/Winnipeg time
11:00 a.m. Mountain/Denver/Calgary time
10:00 a.m. Pacific/San Francisco/Vancouver time
9:00 a.m. Alaska time
6:00 p.m. GMT/London time
Fee: No charge
Recording is available after the MediaBids PowerHour, but you must register below to receive it.
Anyone interested in seeing front page news from around the US every morning can stop over to Newseum.org . You can literally check out content on the front pages from over 800 newspapers – ranging from small town papers to large dailies like The Washington Post.
In addition to hosting this large group of newspaper front pages online, the Newseum has a top top rated museum headquartered in Washington D.C., featuring curated exhibits, events and programs covering notable news events throughout history. Current exhibits include a gallery of Pulitzer Prize-winning photographs, an interactive news room and an exhibit about Presidents and their pets.
Now, more than ever, may be an important time to take a trip here and appreciate the role journalism in its various formats plays in our society. We’ll be making the trek.
In a recent article on Editor & Publisher, a daily newspaper in Massachusetts welcomed the newest member of its photojournalism team – “The Eagle” – a high-tech drone.
“The Eagle” will be used to to add unique photographs to the Berkshire Eagle’s coverage. Its ability to travel to great heights and take epic photographs will offer a unique vantage point to stories read by the newspapers’ thousands of readers.
The Poynter Institute published an article in 2016 talking about some of the challenges in using drones for journalistic coverage. Privacy concerns are paramount, and federal and state regulations are still morphing as drone use becomes more mainstream. Television stations have started using them for news coverage, and their usage is poised to grow exponentially. The type of photos and videos drones can contribute are nothing short of stunning –