March 2009

Need a few improvements?

Want to survive in the print industry?Want to increase your earnings ratio?Want to improve your Internet skills?Want to increase your display sales staff's skills?Want to improve your classified department's skills?Want to help your graphics team improve?Want help in improving your papers' design?Want help in controlling circulation costs and delivery updates?Want to honor your... + Read More

The President's Message: February 2009

It's conference time again!The agenda for the Community Papers of Florida (CPF) annual conference in Orlando on May 1-2 is taking shape. We have put together a program that will benefit the entire staff.The core of the conference will be the seminars provided by AFCP's The Leadership Institute (TLI). The training programs are designed for management and sales.The sessions on the agenda... + Read More

Meet the Instructors: The Leadership Institute

The Association of Free Community Paper's (AFCP) The Leadership Institute (TLI) will provide five training seminars at the Community Papers of Florida (CPF) annual conference in Orlando May 1-2. The courses provided are:~ Prospecting, the Key to Success;~ Building Strong Relationships With Your More Demanding Customers;~ Creating Leadership for Managers, Supervisors and Team Leaders;~... + Read More

Meet the Presenters: The Distribution Panel

How to improve delivery of your publications, cut costs and plan for the future will be covered by a panel of leaders in the free paper industry at the Community Papers of Florida (CPF) annual conference May 1-2 in Orlando.The panel consists of a rack-delivery publisher, a direct-mail publisher and a home-delivery publisher.Seated on the panel as the home-delivery publisher is J.W. Owens, the... + Read More

Editorial Session: News Design – It's a Brainshop!

The editorial session will be led by Ed Henninger, the director of Henninger Consulting. An independent newspaper consultant since 1989, he has been involved in several startups, including business newspapers, trade newsletters and niche publications.The May 2nd morning session will zero in on news design basics: awakening the brain, balance, focus, contrast, proportion, unity, typography,... + Read More

Graphics Session: Adobe Certified Trainer on Hand

One of the top graphic experts in the country will be on hand to provide tips on improvements your artistic team members can put into practice.Douglas Mitchell is a national Adobe Certified Expert Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign instructor for graphic arts and multimedia. He is a Kodak Digital Imaging Training Partner, authorized QuarkXPress trainer and Apple Solutions provider. He instructs... + Read More

Publishers & Senior Management Open Mic Session

Anything goes in the open mic session moderated by Peter Lamb at the Community Papers of Florida (CPF) annual conference in Orlando scheduled for May 1-2.The session for publishers and senior management is scheduled at 9:15 a.m. on Friday, May 1.A native of South Africa, Lamb started his publishing career at The Flyer in Miami where he served a vice president of sales and marketing, vice... + Read More

March of Dimes

PaperChain's CharityPaperChain continues to support the March of Dimes.Members of the Community Papers of Florida (CPF) recently received insertion orders to support the March for Babies campaign. If you did not receive this insertion order, please contact the CPF office at 877-373-3142.As a result of years of intensive bipartisan volunteer advocacy efforts led by March of Dimes chapters... + Read More

The Rosen Centre Hotel Beckons

The Rosen Centre Hotel is the site of the Community Papers of Florida (CPF) annual conference scheduled for May 1-3 in Orlando.The hotel features 1,334 beautiful guest rooms, including luxurious suites, Executive Club accommodations, high speed Internet access, in-room safes, data ports, hair dryers, coffee makers, irons and ironing boards.The facilities include seven restaurants and lounges,... + Read More

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