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Transcript: About Beacon is allied with the MLK Jr. Estate and publishes the works of Dr. Martin Luther King as a seperate entity. Salary/hours Ideas, opinions, personal essays from respected writers, thinkers, and activists “The mission of Beacon Press is to affirm and promote these principles: the inherent worth and dignity of every person; justice, equity and compassion in human relations; acceptance of one another; a free and responsible search for truth and meaning; the right of conscience and the use of the democratic process in society; the goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all; respect for the interdependent web of all existence; and the importance of literature and the arts in democratic life.” The Beacon Blog Mission of Beacon Broadside: To extend the Beacon Press tradition of thought-provoking, fearless commentary beyond the realm of traditional publishing and to reach out to a new community of socially conscious readers. Authored by S. Craig Watkins, author of "The Young and the Digital" Social media threatens emotional well-being of student; distracts Limits possibilitie in classroom setting Hinders students from learning how to better communicate in an evolving world Requirements Mission Statement Beacon Press Responsibilities Subsidiaries Authors What Schools are Really Blocking When They Block Social Media Unpaid Approximately 15 hours per week It is important to "teach students the ability to effectively tap social networks to disperse one's own ideas and media products." Affiliations creative, detail-oriented, and motivated Basic computer proficiency and experience in an office setting The intern will work closely with the marketing department to assist in various areas In its long history, Beacon has much success with its authors. In recent memory: Mary Oliver, Pulitzer Prize Winner Mary Wright Edelman, New York Times Best Selling author Jobs/Internships Beacon partners with several community and national organizations that receive benefits and discounts with Beacon. Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network Women with a Vision Boston Arts Academy Interfaith Funders A full list can be found here: Serves to get reader's involved through encouraging them to comment on posts Two Internship positions available: Publicity Intern and Marketing Intern Marketing Intern: Founded in 1854 Located in Boston, MA Focuses on minority issues, including LGBT, Women's and African American

Publisher Presentation

Transcript: Future EUS Publisher Claire Smith (UOA President) stated: “Yes I would very much recommend CU Ads. I have dealt with the company for 3 years now in my position and I believe that our ESS is going into our 5th year of working with CU. They are incredibly friendly and professional to work with. We haven't had any problems at all. CU has increased our ad revenue each year and has consistently provided us with results even during the last few years of economical instability. I know that UBC and UOA are fairly similar in size so I expect that CU would be able to produce similar results. For your own comparison's sake we made about $28,000 in ad revenue from our 2010-2011 publication.” Liam Butters (UVIC President) stated: “I would certainly recommend CU as a publishing company. They are always quick to reply, offer a significant sponsorship guarantee, and are very easy to deal with. I’ve Never have had any problems, they have been very dependable and very reliable for a guaranteed source of income. We switched from University Publishers but I’ve never dealt with University Publishers I can't comment on the improvements seen from the switch” Find clients to put ads in the EUS 'Handbuk' and 'Yearbook' providing the EUS with revenue. Design the advertisements University Publishers or CU Advertising CU Terms and Conditions Forty year old Ontario based publishing company with over 200 clientele all over north America including MIT, Harvard, UOA, UVIC and UBC Pharmacy specialize in books but do all media Very professional and friendly Our current publisher Have provided constant income for 26 years Family run business Personal relationship Currently facing economic difficulties (-CU) Not as professional as CU CU Advertising University Publishers | CU Advertising CU Advertising has asked the EUS to switch companies under the following conditions (debatable): EUS agrees to give a copy of current handbook to CU Scan and send all add pages from 2009/2010 yearbook and handbook to CU. Mail hard copies of said books. The EUS can receive an estimate of expected revenue once CU has received the items listed above. CU would like a contract signed as soon as possible. Testimonials University Publishers does an estimate and pays the EUS a set bulk amount which is agreed upon prior to the campaign. CU advertising splits the revenue 50/50 on every campaign and is paid monthly. ? Each contract gets an individual campaign with a focused CU team (more employees) CU’s smallest Ad size will be ¼ of a page Provide us with cheaper printing options EUS frosh kits, congress, conferences and small links on our website to maximize our revenue CU believes they can increase our revenue (UOA is making 28,000 while we currently make 17,000) What Does CU Offer: The Engineering Undergraduate Society has relied on University Publishers for publishing of the “Handbuk” and “Yearbook” since 1985. In 2006 the Vice President of CU Advertising publishing company Sophie Zivontsis came into contact with a EUS member Sean Huff at a conference. Sophie has remained in constant contact with EUS exec for five years, offering CU Advertising as an alternative to EUS publishing needs. Method of Payment Background University Publishers What Do Our Publishers Do?

Bloom: Publisher Presentation

Transcript: Sports: Bloom is a news mapping platform to organize and deliver news content by its location Events: "Rose’s Luxury chef plans to open restaurant next door" There are a ton of news apps but very few that are focused on location. Everything is under control! The publishers on Bloom are each reviewed through our verification process to ensure they are a trusted source of news. This helps filter out your average Twitter rambler and so-called "journalists" who write anything but the truth. Your readers are waiting! Not only are the articles tracked by address, but also by their city, state, country, and many more factors. This categorization gives Bloom the ability to recognize patterns about where the news is being written about and where it is not. Overtime, publishers will have the ability to see changes in how readers respond to their content from these different location categories. Compared to other news and social digests, there are two major differences: Each article is instantly delivered to readers and is given a specific expiration time. This helps toss out the old and leave your readers with the most up-to-date news. Think of it as a combination of every daily newspaper in the world, with the exception that no trees will be harmed and no paper cuts. Fancy, so what else? A whopping of articles in this morning's newspaper belong to a specific location. However, its been impossible to deliver to readers at a location in real-time, leading to a major loss of potential readership. Organization by location Food: Our location search tools make it easy for you to find exactly where you would like to publish or read within seconds. And not only does Bloom provide a list of articles but we also offer tools to: Search keywords within a location Expand your viewing radius, and Collaborate with each article and its publisher Writers can use Bloom to locate their articles and publish them on a map in a matter of seconds. The process is as simple as submitting to Twitter or Facebook, but the results are vastly different. Each article is automatically delivered to readers around the world, whether they know your company or not. Isn’t there an app for this already? & The platform breakdown Marketing for publishers "Going Out Guide for the District of Columbia" Geolocation publishing and reading Bloom allows you to reach collections of readers that were previously unattainable. With each article targeting a unique location, the opportunity to connect with new readers is only limited to where you decide to write about. We offer you the writing tools and freedom, letting you apply the style and personality that make up your brand. All publishers are verified How does Bloom solve this? Discovery for readers Plugins The world is huge, this is going to be complicated Analytics for publishers "D.C. police investigate downtown hotel death" Crime: The articles you publish on Bloom motivate readers to geographically understand what's happening in the world. By browsing different locations, readers can learn about news currently near their home, office, around the block, or on the other side of the country. "Wizards’ Kris Humphries likely out against Raptors" Our plugins bring the value of location into your website. From our Interactive News Map to the News Nearby Channel, these plugins organize location-based news for readers on your business or personal website. 85% Real-time Verified publishers Bloom is already online - and free to use. As a new, growing platform, we’re looking for your participation and feedback so we can continue to improve the organization of news, one article at a time. Visit to request an invite and learn more about the platform. Thank you for your interest! We'll see you on the map! As a Bloom publisher, the subjects and locations that you write about are combined into reports to help you answer some unique questions: Where is my writing getting the most feedback? Which cities? Which states? What's trending in Washington DC? What about in Southeast DC? At the White House? What locations in the world have the most reader participation about "Ebola"? "Je Suis Charlie"? "iPhone"?

Teaching Presentation-Publisher

Transcript: Design Principles for Publisher Table of Contents Four Basic Design Principles: 1. Readability -Ways to Increase Readability 2. Mood -Challenge your Knowledge 3. Audience -Audience, Purpose, & Tone 4. Appeal 5. Class Activity Readability Readability is all about making your documents reader-friendly. Your documents should be easy to read and follow along. When there are too many fonts, font sizes, or colours it tends to make the document look too busy and hectic for the eyes. Which will immediately decrease your readability and customers. Readability The quality of being easy and enjoyable to read 1. Only use two different fonts within your document. For examples Times New Romans for the body and Ariel for the headings. 2. When writing in paragraphs try only to use 8 lines/sentences. 3. Try to keep the first paragraph short. If done correctly you will grab your readers attention in a short amount of time. 4. Always leave a line between paragraphs, this gives the eyes a short second to rest and to absorb the message. 7 Ways to Increase Readability 5. Indenting paragraphs is out of date in the business world. 6. Readers love bulleted or numbered lists. Just make sure to explain what the list is before hand and to use sentence fragments or complete sentences 7. Bold and italics are still popular. Underlining not so much. However try not to over do it with these features. 7 Way to Increase Readability Mood In literature, the mood of the story or article you are reading develops through the words and description used by the author. It helps the reader develop feelings towards character or become passionate about the subject. Often people get tone and mood confused. Tone is the author's attitude towards the subject, where as mood is how we feel as readers. A good way to set the mood is to use effective and relative descriptive words, to help readers picture what they are reading and to connect with the storyline. Mood A temporary state of mind or feeling Which quote set a better mood? "She felt happy the job interview had gone well and was looking forward to hearing back from the company." OR "She almost danced to the car once she was clear of the building, giddy over her interviewer’s enthusiasm. All that week and the next, she checked her email and phone religiously, expecting a follow-up." Challenge Your Knowledge Audience When creating documents in publisher always consider who your audience will be, and focus your information to interest your target audience. Important questions to ask yourself when considering your audience: 1. Who will be reading my work? 2. What are the characteristics of my audience? Such as gender, age, educational background, and heritage? 3. Why do you want those people to read your document? Keep in mind the age of your readers and their background, including both present and future readers. Audience Interested clientele and potential customers Audience, Purpose, & Tone Appeal Appeal Be attractive or interesting Everyone appreciates when you take your time to make sure your finished work is looking it's best so that it can be easily read and understood. If your documents are presented in an organized and professional manner then they will leave a lasting impression. If you are consistent with how you publish your work then your audience (boss, co-workers, customers) will familiarize themselves with your style of writing and design. This will make it easier for them to follow along and skim through future documents quicker. Class Activity Using the information you just learned answer the following: How can you make the article more reader-friendly? What is the mood of the article? Who is the target audience, and propose? Is this article appealing to your eye and to your interest? Class Activity References References

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