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House Bill Seeks to Shore Up Local Journalism
It may not be signed into law soon, but Reps. Ann Kirkpatrick, D-Ariz., and Dan Newhouse, R-Wash., have introduced a bill called the Local Journalism Sustainability Act
Among other things, the bipartisan measure would provide tax credits to local newspapers, subscribers and advertisers.
"Local journalism is a bedrock pillar of communities across the United States," Kirkpatrick stated. "Unfortunately, journalistic endeavors throughout the country face major economic struggles that put the future of many publications in serious jeopardy." COVID-19 has made these problems even more severe, she noted.
Digital Revenue Summit 2021
August 9 - 12, 2021
Niche Media LIVE: Revenue Ideas for Publishers
September 14 - 16, 2021
E&P/360 Media Alliance News Publishing Business Summit
September 16 - 17, 2021
St. Louis, MO
NNA's 135th Annual Convention and Tradeshow:
We Were Local Before Local Was Cool
September 30 - October 3, 2021
How Customer Service Can Build Trust and Engagement with Audiences
With advertising becoming a less reliable source of revenue for the embattled journalism industry, more news outlets are turning toward sources of consumer revenue to shore up their coffers.
This rise of subscription and membership models has dovetailed with the rise of audience engagement in recent years, as newsrooms seek to build stronger relationships with their audiences.
But scant attention has been paid to revitalizing approaches to customer service, which poses a problem because support teams are often the first or only point of contact for many customers.
Bad service, in other words, means a bad first impression and ultimately a bad reputation.
Best Practices for Preparing for Your Audit
Preparing for your audit can be overwhelming. Below are some tips for making the process more efficient and less nerve-racking.
Meet Your Deadlines
Be sure to submit your audit materials on time and completely. Audits are generally conducted on first come, first served basis. Submitting the information on time allows the audit to progress in a timely manner.
Can't make your deadline? Contact Verified as soon as possible.
Maintain Your Records
Keep your audit records in special folders for each audit period throughout the year. Make sure they are organized and clearly labeled for ease of use. Most records are the same ones you normally use, so no special recordkeeping is necessary.
If you don't know what you'll need for the audit, contact Verified.
Keep in touch with Verified on a regular basis if you have questions. Don't put off calling or emailing about your audit until the last minute. We're here for you.
Tell Us About It
Changes to the person responsible for the audit? We need to know about any personnel changes as soon as possible to make sure we're communicating with the right person.
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