A new strategic partnership with GateHouse Media offers SNPA member newspapers access to quality editorial and content services – at a 15 percent discount.
The GateHouse Center for News & Design creates original content, including special sections, theme and feature pages, info-graphics, cartoons and illustrations. The Center’s Community Content division offers efficient re-writes of user-submitted content, including press releases, letters to the editor and calendar event listings.
SNPA members can now get a 15 percent discount on the following GateHouse services:
More Content Now, GateHouse Media’s niche solution that features daily pages, special sections and original content. Content offerings include:
- Weekly broadsheet pages on health, home, automotive, food and kids/NIE.
- Weekly columnists on frugal living, humor, family, TV, politics, religion and more.
- Daily features on lifestyle topics.
- Monthly family magazine and boomers tab, with information about retirement, grand-parenting, travel, real estate, leisure and other issues of interest to this large segment of newspaper readers.
- Twice-yearly bridal tab.
- Seasonal tabs on home and garden.
- Special sections on themed sporting events.
- Sudoku puzzles and word searches for kids.
Weekly regional college sports pages. SEC, Big 10 and Big 12 football, Big 10, ACC and Big 12 basketball pages are available.
Daily nation and world, business and sports pages (a dozen pages all together daily) in different shapes and sizes to fit your daily wire report. Agate, NFL and Major League Baseball pages also are available.
Community Content, a GateHouse Media service that assists news teams by writing news briefs and turning press releases into newsroom-style stories.
“The Center for News & Design is offering SNPA members content that readers want to see in their newspapers, and having such a reliable source of quality national and feature content gives newsrooms more time to expand their local coverage,” says SNPA Executive Director Edward VanHorn. “This new partnership with GateHouse has made ready-to-use content even more affordable.”
“GateHouse newspapers have taken advantage of this content for years and we continue to add to the lineup and evolve our offerings and services,” said David Arkin, GateHouse Media senior vice president of content & product development. “A growing number of clients have begun to use this content, especially our sports pages, and are getting great response from both readers and advertisers.”
For more information, contact Center for News & Design, Director of Business Development, John Reetz at 404-316-4759 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.