Inland SNPA

Extraordinary program planned for inaugural Annual Meeting of new, merged association

Don’t miss the opportunity to be part of history as the Inland Press Association and Southern Newspaper Publishers Association hold their inaugural Annual Meeting as a new, merged association – united in their determination to champion newspapers.

Expect a meeting that mixes the practical and the forward-looking in the service of making your newspaper even stronger, across all platforms from print to digital, and from a wide variety of revenue streams.

Expect, in other words, all the advantages you’ve always enjoyed from SNPA and Inland conferences – all in the collegial atmosphere of networking you’ve also come to expect.

The registration fee for Inland and SNPA members is $795.

First-time newspaper attendees – those who have never attended an Inland or SNPA annual meeting before – can register at the first-time rate of $595 (members) or $895 (non-members).

Team discounts also are available to newspapers that send five or more employees from the same paper. Contact Carley Lintz at to request the team discount for the fifth (and additional) staff members.

Le prix d’un carnet de timbres La Poste

Voici le prix du carnet de timbres La Poste au tarif rouge et vert de 6, 10, 12 et 20. Disponible en version Marianne ou de beaux timbres.
Les tarifs des timbres-poste valables au 1er janvier de cette année 2021 sont listés ici. Attendez-vous aux prochaines augmentations de prix pour le carnet de timbres en consultant notre page pour la nouvelle année 2021

Prix ​​du livre de timbres 2020 (rouge, vert et international)
Prix ​​du livre de timbres
Voici le prix du carnet de timbres en fonction de la priorité souhaitée et du nombre de timbres dont il est composé ou de la destination du livret Marianne International. Diverses présentations de couverture

Tableau des prix du carnet de timbres en version prioritaire (rouge) et en version écologique (verte)

Timbres sur le passeport Timbres ROUGES Timbres VERTS Timbres INTERNATIONAUX

Brochure 6 timbres

9,00 €
Brochure 10 timbres
12,80 €
10,80 €

Brochure avec 12 timbres
€ 15,36
€ 12,96

Brochure 20 timbres
25,60 €

Pour le même prix, vous pouvez choisir une brochure avec de beaux tampons autocollants dans le magasin La Poste. Ceux-ci peuvent représenter différents sujets en fonction de l’inventaire disponible. Le prix du livre de timbres est multiplié par le prix unitaire par le nombre d’exemplaires. Il n’y a aucun ajout, sauf indication contraire.

Carnets de timbres Dans la lettre suivie

Brochure avec lettre de 5 timbres Marianne suivie. Comme les e-mails prioritaires, ces e-mails sont simplement déposés dans les boîtes aux lettres des destinataires dans un délai commun de 48 heures. De plus, il est possible de les suivre en ligne. Ce produit ressemble à un chéquier que vous pouvez utiliser pour trouver un autocollant de suivi pour vos envois importants.
La disponibilité de ces différents livrets peut varier en fonction de l’inventaire des bureaux de poste ou de l’offre de La Boutique du Timbre. Cela signifie que vous n’avez pas toujours le choix du nombre de timbres pour votre livre.

Beaux carnets de timbres

Nous avons donné les prix des livres de timbres classiques Marianne. Mais il y a aussi la possibilité d’emporter avec vous des cahiers avec de beaux timbres thématiques.

A l’image de la Jardinserie Plaisible près de Brest, où vous pourrez utiliser des tampons de fruits et légumes, c’est une bonne idée de partager vos passions ou votre métier. Par conséquent, les frais de port sur les enveloppes que nous envoyons à des amis ou à des clients ont une touche plus personnelle.

Dites-moi, achetez-vous habituellement un livret de timbres Marianne ?

Sponsorship and Exhibit Opportunities

R&D companies have a great opportunity to network with Inland and SNPA members. at this Joint Annual Meeting. Reserve space to show newspaper executives how you can help them grow their bottom line with the products and services that your company offers.

Conference Sponsors

Platinum Sponsor

AMG │ Parade
Offering newspaper-distributed magazines for your community.
Platinum Sponsor

Our integrated digital publishing solutions power some of the most distinguished newsrooms in the industry. Contact us to learn how we can help you thrive!
Gold Sponsor

Editor & Publisher
E&P; covers all aspects of the newspaper industry!
Gold Sponsor

Southern Lithoplate
Let us show you how we can help your newspaper sell more color … with better quality, less waste and more profit.
Silver Sponsor

Partners with over 1,000 newspaper companies offering a fully integrated advertising, CRM, ad tracking and circulation software system.
Bronze Sponsor

Learn why more than 1,800 publications use Interlink to save postage and improve delivery, at
Bronze Sponsor

Newzware ICANON
Newzware Business System Software – the best performance value in the newspaper industry!
Bronze Sponsor

NTVB Media
NTVB Media is the leading publisher of TV entertainment and listings magazines, serving over 20 million readers daily.
Lanyard Sponsor

Make self-serve easy. Streamline workflow and generate increased revenues with FREE Memoriams obituary order entry and Adpay’s responsive design Marketplace solutions.
Tote Bag Sponsor

Tecnavia is a 360° service provider offering web metering, native news apps, website design and hosting, and our well-known digital replica.
WiFi Sponsor

LEAP Media Solutions
LEAP Media Solutions serves 100+ local media companies. We engineer end-to-end, data-optimized marketing processes that grow, activate, engage and monetize audiences.
Marketing / Communications Sponsor

Our unparalleled global newsgathering delivers content to more than 1,100 partners.
Welcome Reception Sponsors
Gold Level

Mather Economics
We are a global consulting firm that applies a combination of proprietary analytical tools and hands-on expertise to help you better understand customers.
Gold Level

Southern Lithoplate
Let us show you how we can help your newspaper sell more color … with better quality, less waste and more profit.
Silver Level

Cribb, Greene & Cope
Specializes in the sale of daily newspapers, large weeklies & weekly groups. Clients are often family-owned companies.
Bronze Level

Dirks, Van Essen, Murray & April
Assists companies in the sale and acquisition of daily newspapers and weekly groups, and in appraising newspapers for a variety of purposes.

Reserve a hotel room

The SNPA-Inland Joint Annual Meeting will be held at the JW Marriott Chicago, Oct. 6-8, 2019. Full details are available here about hotel accommodations.

Posted Monday, June 10, 2019 4:52 pm
The SNPA-Inland Joint Annual Meeting will be held at the JW Marriott Chicago, Oct. 6-8, 2019.

151 West Adams Street
Chicago, IL 60603

Our room rate is $299 per night, single or double occupancy, plus applicable resort fees and taxes. Monday, Sept. 16, at 5 p.m. (CDT) is the deadline to obtain this discounted rate.

Click here to reserve your hotel room
Our group is listed as Inland and SNPA Annual Meeting 2019.

If you prefer to phone in your reservation, call the Marriott’s Reservatios toll-free number at 1-877-303-0104 to secure a reservation in our group block.

If you have any trouble or need assistance with hotel reservations, please contact:

Carley Lintz
(847) 795-0380

About this year’s Annual Meeting

Posted Monday, June 10, 2019 4:52 pm
This is the second Joint Annual Meeting hosted by Inland Press Association and the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association. Two years ago, SNPA and Inland held a joint meeting in Colorado Springs. This year’s joint annual meeting will be held Oct. 6-8 at the JW Marriott Chicago.

This Joint Annual Meeting is your chance to network face-to-face with newspaper executives from across the country and with companies that do business with newspapers.

Members of Inland and SNPA can register at discounted rates through July 16. Costs will go up July 17. Register early and save!

R&D companies that do business with newspapers are invited to become sponsors and exhibitors. Learn more here!

A program of renaissance for a newly merged association’s annual meeting

Posted Tuesday, July 9, 2019 10:47 am
When retired judge Frederic Rutberg and three other investors bought The Berkshire Eagle in western Massachusetts and three sister dailies in Vermont, he set what seemed like an audacious goal for papers that had suffered relentless cost-cutting under Digital First Media ownership.

“In 2016, new ownership announced its goal to make The Eagle the finest community newspaper in America,” Rutberg wrote in a column earlier this year, “and we would do so employing a rather novel strategy: By improving the paper and its websites, we will attract more readers, which will guarantee sustainability for our staff, our readers and our community.”

Three years later, the strategy is working.

The Eagle newsroom has been staffed up, with several of the 40 journalists concentrating on investigative reporting. Subscriptions are up and the community is responding to a product of local ownership focused on local news and issues.

Rutberg will tell the story of The Eagle’s renaissance this October in Chicago during the first Annual Meeting after the formal merger of the Inland Press Association and SNPA.

The Eagle session fits well with the rest of the program that is coming together for the Oct. 6-8 Annual Meeting. One theme is emerging as sessions are added to the agenda: Strategies for sustainability – financially and journalistically.

One committed speaker, for instance, is Arkansas Democrat-Gazette publisher and WEHCO Media CEO Walter E. Hussman Jr., who is working to convert all the newspaper’s subscribers from print to digital delivery on an iPad tablet.

“We believe we have found a way to return the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette to profitability and provide a better and more robust reading experience for our subscribers,” Hussman wrote in a note to readers in May. “To do that, we need all of our subscribers to embrace the iPad replica newspaper experience.”

Also speaking of a digital future will be Jennifer Preston, the vice president/journalism of the Knight Foundation. Before joining the foundation in 2014, she was a journalist at The New York Times for nearly two decades, including, in 2009, serving as its first social media editor focused on extending digital media and social media storytelling across the newsroom.

Preston brings to the Annual Meeting experience as an investigative projects editor – and circulation marketing manager – at New York Newsday.

The agenda will also include a report on the new production agreement between The Wilson (N.C.) Times and The Daily Record of Dunn, N.C. Restoration Newsmedia, the new limited-liability corporation, operates a pagination hub, and advertising design hub and outsourced printing for the eight newspapers owned between the two families.

The program being put together with representatives of both Inland and SNPA also promises some surprise fun events, as befits an Annual Meeting celebrating the birth of the new association from the merger. The Annual Meeting kicks off exactly a week after SNPA and Inland complete their merger as a new association.

Watch for developing information on the programming.

Contact us

Posted Monday, June 10, 2019 4:52 pm
Please let us know if you have questions, suggestions or need help with the following:

Hotel reservations
Carley Lintz
(847) 795-0380

Registration for conference attendees
Carley Lintz
(847) 795-0380

Exhibit/sponsorship registration and questions:

Inland Press Association
Patty Slusher, Dir. of Membership & Programming
(847) 795-0380 |
Patti Minglin, Member Services and Sponsorship Sales
(630) 209-2524 |

Southern Newspaper Publishers Association
Cindy Durham, Communications Director
(404) 256-0444 |
Paulette Sheffield, Membership Director
(404) 256-0444 |

Conference program:

Inland Press Association
Patty Slusher, Dir. of Membership & Programming
(847) 795-0380 |

Southern Newspaper Publishers Association
Edward VanHorn, Executive Director
(404) 256-0444 |

Updates to the Annual Meeting website:
Cindy Durham
(404) 256-0444