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David Chavern to head up NAA

The new president and CEO of the Newspaper Association of America (NAA) is not a newspaper man. David Chavern comes to his position after a decade at the United States Chamber of Commerce where he held a number of roles, from executive vice president and COO to his most recent stint heading up the organization’s Center for Advanced Technology and Innovation. Chavern hopes to apply his technology c

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NAA decides to stick head in ad-revenue sand

The Newspaper Association of America has shared with Poynter its decision to stop publishing quarterly reports on industry advertising revenues simply because the news is not good, and others share that news. Oh, ye

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Former NAA bizdev exec Lindsay Leisher now at LMA

Local Media Association Hires Lindsey Leisher Estes as Sales & Marketing Manager.

Local Media Association is pleased to announce the hire of Lindsey Leisher Estes as their new Sales & Marketing Manager. Estes recently served as the event manager at Catholic Relief Services where she
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Randy Bennett, formerly of NAA, now at Kannon Consulting

Randy Bennett, who in his 22 years at Newspaper Association of America (NAA) oversaw the newspaper trade association's business development, recently began a senior consultant role at Kannon Consulting. Here's the announcement:

Media Industry Executive to Join Kannon Consulting

Chicago, I
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Mort Goldstrom named SVP bizdev, SurveyUSA

Mort Goldstrom named SVP bizdev, SurveyUSA

Mort Goldstrom, former VP at Newspaper Association of America (NAA), has been named SVP bizdev for SurveyUSA. The survey and research firm will be offering its services a la carte or by subscription to newspapers. <a href="https://aimgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/0

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Paton to NAA: Quit whining, move forward

          DALLAS --- It’s a blending of the new and the old. A video clip about newspapers, the print editions, followed by a lightweight chat with Biz Stone of Twitter. Exhibitors promoting print circulation tools, and the latest mobile apps.           It seemed inauspicious when the program started with a video extolling the virtues of print daily newspapers --- “the daily addiction.” Was this

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AutoTrader.com to hit $1 billion in 2011

AutoTrader.com to hit $1 billion in 2011

NEW YORK --- AutoTrader.com this year will reach more than $1 billion in revenue, up 44 percent year-over-year from 2010 and about three to four times the revenue it was generating when the parent company eliminated most of its print publications little more than two years ago, CEO Chip Perry projected today. The growth will come in part from incorporation of the four new businesses AutoTrader.co

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Coolest at NAA? These four

ORLANDO --- It's always valuable to assess the "coolest products" at a conference --- especially a conference like the NAA MediaXchange conference and trade show, which had a bunch of new vendors and products to offer.

Now understand: What we think is "cool" may be entirely different from what you think is cool. We're focused on revenue products, with an orientation toward online produc

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At NAA, great ‘marketplace’ ideas

ORLANDO, Fla. --- Anyone who attended the "marketplaces" session set up by the Newspaper Association of America at its MediaXchange conference here this week should have come away happy. The ideas thrown out at the session --- 10 speakers in little more than an hour, yikes! --- should have more than paid for the cost of the trip to the conference.

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