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Webinar: Transitioning your online newspaper into an income-generating online Catholic news platform

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11/27/2014 » 11/28/2014
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CPA is delighted to announce the following webinar. If you have suggestions for other webinars, please fill out the form at the bottom of the page.

Transitioning your online newspaper to an income-generating online Catholic news platform

Scot Landry will apply best practices from his recent study of successful online platform businesses to the ministry of Catholic newspapers. He will identify 25 ways to generate additional income for Catholic diocesan news ministries. The key is that they think of themselves as an online Catholic news platform instead of the online edition of a Catholic publication. 



To help facilitate the presentation, Landry has posted a blog entry summarizing the 25 ideas to be discussed during the webinar. Please click here to review the blog post before participating in the webinar. If you cannot schedule a webinar, please feel free to read the post anyway. It is full of great ideas about generating income from your publication's website.

Scot Landry

Scot Landry is President of Good Catholic Leadership Group. He has led numerous organizations, including Catholic Voices USA, iCatholic Media, The Catholic Foundation of the Archdiocese of Boston and Boston Catholic Conferences. He now provides executive recruiting, consulting and coaching services to Catholic organizations and leaders. He is the former Cabinet Secretary for Catholic Media at the Archdiocese of Boston, where he oversaw the Pilot newspaper, CatholicTV, Pilot Bulletins, Pilot Printing, the radio apostolate and where he established and grew the Archdiocese's new media ministry. Scot was awarded the CPA's Clarion Award in 2014. He is a graduate of Harvard Business School and Harvard College and lives in suburban Boston with his wife and three children.



"Transitioning your online newspaper to an income-generating online Catholic news platform" runs October 23 at 12:00 pm CT. Registration costs $35 for CPA members and $50 for non-members.

Click here to register for "Transitioning your online newspaper to an income-generating online Catholic news platform."



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