A WEBINAR FROM THE BEST OF THE INLAND/SNPA JOINT ANNUAL MEETING

When digital disruption comes to town: How small-market newspapers are thriving

Presented by Damian Radcliffe, Chambers Professor in Journalism, University of Oregon

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Damian Radcliffe
Damian Radcliffe

The past decade has had a dramatic effect on the local news landscape-but there are reasons for optimism about the future of small-market newspapers.

In this session Professor Radcliffe will draw on newly published, and unpublished, research produced for the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University and the Agora Journalism Center in Portland, as well as case studies from across the country.

Learn about emerging strategies and success stories on digital platforms that are changing journalistic practices-and driving revenue. These are real-life examples from Professor Radcliffe's findings after conducting interviews with 60 practitioners and industry experts over the past year, as well as a unique survey of over 400 local journalists in the U.S.


The Best of the Joint Annual Meeting webinars are FREE to Inland and SNPA members.Members of our co-sponsoring associations get a discounted rate of $15 per webinar. Non-members are welcome to attend at $25 per webinar.