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Here's what's coming up from Online Media Campus:

"Using Digital and Social Media for Growing Readership and Revenue"

11 a.m.-Noon Thursday, Nov. 21

Presenter, Robert Slocum, publisher, Timber Lake Topic

$35 for PNNA Members

Robert Slocum will share his experience growing his own newspaper's social media following, and how he has begun to monetize it in various ways.

Slocum is an owner/publisher of the Timber Lake Topic, a small weekly in South Dakota. He uses social media and digital content to supplement and promote the print product. After growing an online following that has surpassed print circulation numbers, he is beginning to grow a new revenue stream via sponsored digital content.

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"Keeping Subscribers Happy"

11 a.m.-Noon Pacific, Friday, Nov. 22

Presenter: Summer Moore, GateHouse Media

$35 for PNNA Members

Research has shown that subscribers that feel like they are part of a membership program are 48% more likely to retain. The Providence Journal has started a few subscriber-only efforts that everyone can do to help make their subscribers feel like they are a part of something. Summer Moore of GateHouse Media leads you through a

number of ideas designed to keep subscribers happy.

Summer Moore is a digital project manager for GateHouse Media based in Austin, Texas. Moore works closely with GateHouse newspapers on digital training and growth, and everything that goes into that. She also runs newsletter strategy for the company, and works closely with the app development team. Before GateHouse, Summer was the digital and audience engagement editor for The Times of Northwest Indiana, and before that the lifestyles editor for The Repository in Canton, Ohio. She has been in journalism professionally for about a decade.

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"Mobile Apps for Journalists"

11 a.m.-Noon Pacific, Friday, Dec. 6

Presenter: Jean Hodges, GateHouse Media

$35 for PNNA Members

Our journalists use their phones more than ever to report the news. What are must-have mobile apps to help them do their jobs? Learn about the favorites of reporters who cover everything from hurricanes to car accidents. GateHouse Media Senior Director of Content Jean Hodges leads a discussion of great tips that will help reporters on the go.

Jean Hodges is the senior director of content for GateHouse Newsroom. Hodges develops strategy and works with newsroom leaders on digital transformation, from newsroom structure to using analytics to inform news decisions. As journalists face myriad challenges, the best are experimenting with new ways to draw readers in, while fearlessly tackling watchdog reporting and sticking up for the underdog.

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