Want to improve how your paper does public notices?
Watch recorded webinar for best practices to make public notices more visible than ever!
Georgia Press Association and the Public Notice Resource Center have teamed up for a presentation to help newspapers make their public notices stand out.
At a time when state legislatures all across the U.S. are looking at how public notices are best delivered and seen, this set of best practices can help your newspaper’s public notices reach even more readers.
If you weren’t able to see this webinar live, GPA members may contact Sean Ireland for access to the recorded presentation “What Newspapers Must Do to Keep Public Notices.”
We all know that newspaper publication in print and online provides the independent, verifiable and archivable system of public notices that has served the nation well for decades. GPA research shows that citizens want and expect to read public notices in newspapers, and that publication on government or third-party websites would reduce access to them.
In this webinar, Richard Karpel, PNRC president, offers tips and best practices that newspapers can use to help ensure that newspaper publication of notices continues and that they are even more visible and useful to the people in their communities.
GPA schedules legislative round table for Augusta area
For the third straight year, Georgia Press Association is bringing legislators and newspaper publishers together.
On Thursday, Nov. 16, at the Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce, lawmakers and newspaper leaders from east-central Georgia will discuss issues important to the newspaper industry and to the region. We’ll hear what issues legislators have on their minds heading to the 2018 session, and we’ll talk to them about the importance of keeping public notices in newspapers, where Georgians want and expect to see them.
Legislators, publishers and editors have been invited to the meeting. Contact Sean Ireland with any questions.