How to make money in newspaper syndication
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How to make money in newspaper syndication a step-by-step guide which shows you how to market your feature to newspaper syndicates by Susan Lane

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Published by Newspaper Syndication Specialists in Irvine, Calif .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Syndicates (Journalism),
  • Journalism -- Authorship -- Vocational guidance.,
  • Feature writing -- Vocational guidance.,
  • Newspapers -- Sections, columns, etc.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Susan Lane ; edited by Elizabeth Hasten.
ContributionsHasten, Elizabeth.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPN4784.S8 L36 1985
The Physical Object
Pagination130 p. ;
Number of Pages130
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2556163M
ISBN 100961580011
LC Control Number85062796
OCLC/WorldCa13337546

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  For example, you may need to submit a certain amount of your comic strips. You may need to print your comics out at a certain dimension or in a certain format. The syndicate may require you to send your submission by mail. You'll likely need to submit a cover letter or other documents that detail your comic%(52).   The more money you raise, the more equity you get in the deal. Or, you could raise money for the deal and get equity but not trade in your property mgmt. fees even though you’re managing the deal. Basically, you can slice it a lot of different ways – only limited by your creativity and ability to add value to the deal.   Becoming a Nationally Syndicated Columnist Posted on August 5, by Martha Carr I am fortunate enough to be both a national columnist on politics and world events through Cagle Cartoons, Inc. and a blogger at on writing, faith, and whatever wild adventure is going on in my life. Making money from journalism: new media business models (A model for the 21st century newsroom pt5) 62 Replies In the final part of the Model for the 21st Century Newsroom I look at how new media has compounded problems in news organisations’ core business models – and the new business models which it could begin to explore.

  VOICES HEARD MEDIA How Newspapers can make money in the Digital Age Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website. If you've been writing a column for a few months, you may want to consider the next step: Marketing that column to more than one publication. This is particularly appropriate for newspaper columns, as newspaper readership is generally based on region rather than interest -- and thus rarely overlaps. Syndication generally allows the creator to retain all reprint rights, but make sure the contract doesn't grant the publication usage that you do not intend. Compensation, whether a per-item price, trade for advertising or some combination of ad revenues and profit sharing, should also be spelled out clearly along with the length of the.   A Different Way to Make Money in Syndication Most of the popular syndicated shows are sold to stations, which then have the ability to sell most, if not all of the TV commercials within them. A station may have paid a huge amount to get Wheel, but it knows it can turn around and sell the commercials at a higher rate because of the show's popularity.