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WEBINAR - COVID-19 Social Media Trends

Learn valuable insight on social media trends during COVID-19, and how to drive revenue and reader engagement as we emerge from the Coronavirus crisis.

MDDC Press Association announces winners of contest with video announcements

Reporters, editors and other media professionals receive awards remotely May 11-15

Contest awards broadcast 11:30 am every day week of May 11

It's time! Every day next week, we wlil release video announcements of the contest awards program. Monday, our Revenue and Targeted Publications categories will be announced, along with Salesperson of the Year and Best Moves nominees.

WEBINAR - You Can Get Back Some of Your Lost Revenue — Learn How

WEBINAR SUMMARY - 34 Advertisers You Need to Call Right Now

America's Newspapers, along with Second Street hosted a webinar on Tuesday to report on advertising categories that newspapers should be calling on right now.

Congratulations to the 2019 Contest Winners!

Frederick News-Post Publishes Tribute to Essential Workers

On Easter Sunday, the Frederick News-Post published a special section highlighting businesses giving thanks to their essential workers.

WEBINAR SUMMARY “What Local Advertisers Need Right Now—And How to Help Them”

Presented by: Borrell and Associates, Second Street

WEBINAR SUMMARY: “Digital & Print Subscription Benchmarks, Best Practices During COVID-19 Pandemic”

Presented by Mather Economics.
In light of the COVID-19 disruption on news media business models, Mather Economics shared benchmarks and tactics on how successful organizations are using this time to double-down on both digital and print subscription revenue. This information was developed by analyzing a broad cross-section of 200 publishers in the United States over a 30-day period.

COVID versus non-COVID content interests with readers are relatively equal with 32% interested in COVID-only content, 23% avoiding COVID content but engaging with other news, and 45% wanting a mix of COVID and non-COVID content.

MD Legislative Update

MDDC Meets with Sen. Coons of DE

Today, MDDC executive committee met with Senator Chris Coons to discuss the industry and its needs during this time. Here’s what we said. Local news media serves its communities every day and this is put into stark relief during times of crisis such as we are facing now. COVID-19 has upended the lives – and livelihoods – of every person in the state.

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