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CNA AWARDS FLYER.indd - New Zealand Community Newspaper
Newsletter March 2015
CONFERENCE
REGISTRATION
DEADLINE
AWARDS DEADLINE
TUESDAY
31 MARCH
11 DAYS UNTIL ENTRIES CLOSE
If you have not started the process, you have only 11 days left.
All details are on the C N A Website at www.cna.org.nz
FRIDAY
27 MARCH
AWARDS ENTRY QUERIES:
We have on hold a number of rooms at Rydges in Queenstown
for the Conference to be held on Friday May 22, and May 23.
COURIER ADDRESS:
To secure your accommodation, you need to register using the
CNA forms only by the end of next week. Details are on the
C N A website. Do not go direct to the hotel. If you have any
questions, contact:
Contact Deb on 0800 466 793 [email protected]
For those categories which require Mounted Front Covers, or
Complete Newspapers, please make sure these are couriered to:
North South Multi Media, 107 River Road, Dargaville
ATTN: DEB WRIGHT
C N A Committee Member Karla Wairau on
09 271 8083 or [email protected]
CONFERENCE DRAFT PROGRAMME
For NEW attendees dress code is smart casual for the conference
sessions, and for Friday night Awards Dinner, formal / jacket and tie.
Friday May 22, 2015
Saturday May 23 2015
• 12.30pm Welcome
• 12.45pm Graham Budd CEO Destination
Queenstown. An overview of marketing a tourist
Mecca.
• 1.15pm Phil O’Reilly Chief Executive, Business
NZ. An update on how NZ is performing, a
forecaset for the next 18 months to 2 years and
how that will effect your business.
• 2.15pm Danny Trainor CEO PMP: Distribution
trends, direct mail, relationship with C N A
• 3.00pm Show’n’Tell. Come prepared with any
great ideas you are prepared to share with
the wider group, we will allow 5 minutes per
presentation plus question and answer sessions.
• 4.00pm Sales for C N A at a national/group level
• 4.30pm Paul Taggart – Pre-press Outsourcing
• Close 4.45pm
• 6.00pm Dinner and Annual Awards Evening
(Formal dress, suit/tie jacket)
• 9.00am Welcome
• Bruce Morris, Chief Judge for the Awards will
provide an overview of the standard of entries
• Bruce Morris is a former deputy editor of the New
Zealand Herald, and editor of the Bay of Plenty
Times and editor-in-chief of APN’s regional
newspapers. His first association with community
newspapers came in Britain as a young reporter
and he later led APN training programmes in
Australia and New Zealand, across all regional
daily and community-free titles.
• Split into two groups:
• 9.15am - midday Editorial Workshop: Bruce
Morris will be providing an in depth workshop for
the Editorial teams over two and a half hours.
You will find this a compelling session to attend,
and if possible an opportunity to get as many of
your journalists to attend as possible.
• 9.15am - midday Advertising Workshop:
• Peter Dickie (Marketing Manager Smiths City)
will discuss what, as an advertiser they look for,
buying trends, media mix for 2015 and beyond.
What we can do to maximise our opportunities
CONFERENCE SPONSORS
Norske Skog
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in the is competitive space for large retail
marketing dollars.
10am - Midday Advertising Presenter TBC
Midday - 1pm Lunch Break
1.00pm Meet the new members.
1.30pm TBC
2.00pm Awards Category Review and
discussion.
2.30pm Membership Criteria discussion
Emerging trends, do we include web only
publishers, is so under what basis, Associate
Members?
2.45pm TBC
3.00pm Workshop on business issues we all
face, open forum for discussion and how C N A
can help. Bring along your issues
Conference Close
4pm AGM NZ Community Newspapers
Association.
Dinner and entertainment on Saturday Night is
at your own care and expense. We hope to have
something arranged for those who may want to go
out together as a group, this will be confirmed in the
next few weeks.
We thank our Sponsors to the Conference, without their support the costs
of running such an event would be significantly higher to members
HOW BIG ARE WE?
$50
MILLION
BIG
In the industry survey you were asked to
complete for CNA to report a
cumulative revenue figure to the
Advertising Standards Authority (ASA),
our members returns indicate the 2014
calendar year saw over $50 million in
Advertising Revenue from members.
We will follow up with a request to
update circulation numbers for all papers
in the next month so we can build a
clearer picture to market the
strength and reach of the
Independent Community Newspapers.
NEW MEMBERS
As noted in the October member newsletter last year,
your committee approved a promotion where Inkwise
(formerly Guardian Print) and Beacon Print Hawke’s
Bay and Whakatane would pay first year subscriptions
to C N A for papers who were not current members.
As a result we welcome the following new members
to C N A and will hopefully see some of them at
Conference:
New Associate Members:
The Patea and Waverley Press
Whitby Newsbrief
Filipino Migrant News
Auckland Today
The Fishing Paper
The Gay Express
Kumeu Courier
Nelson Farming
Otaki Mail
The Adventure Paper
New Full Members:
Waikato Weekly Chinese
River City Press
The Epoch Times
Waimea Weekly
Indian Weekender
Wanaka Sun
Your Cambridge News
Other New Members (Outside the Inkwise/
Beacon Print Promotion)
Associate Member:
Spinc Media