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2014 Rising Star Scholarship Recipients Announced
The Angerosa Research Foundation has named four emerging association communications and is a generic pill for levitra media professionals as its 2014 Rising Star Scholars and recipients of $1,000 educational scholarships to help advance their careers.
For their contributions to http://www.hitlabnz.org/cialis-testimonial the association communications and media field, the Foundation recognizes Katie Cappello, public affairs associate, California Assisted Living Association; Mike Price, information products editor, National Ground Water Association; RaShonda Michelle Rosier, marketing manager, American Association of levitra no prescription canada Physics Teachers; and Benjamin Swiatek, assistant web editor, National Association of Secondary School Principals. Each $1,000 scholarship will provide tuition assistance as these individuals continue their professional development at the 2014 Association Media & Publishing Annual Meeting in Tysons Corner, Virginia; the 2014 ASAE Annual Meeting & Exposition in Nashville, Tennessee; and NTEN’s 2014 Nonprofit Technology Conference in Washington, DC.
The Angerosa Research Foundation is the nonprofit organization established by Stratton Publishing & Marketing Inc. in 2003 to conduct industry benchmark research to benefit the association publishing and marketing communities. Launched in 2008, the Rising Star Scholarship and Publishing Trendsetter recognition programs honor and support association media professionals. Since the inception of the scholarship program, 22 educational scholarships have been awarded.
“With their passion, hard work, and creative solutions, these four dynamic individuals are leaving their mark on association communications and media,” says Debra J. Stratton, president of Stratton Publishing & Marketing and founder of the Angerosa Research Foundation. “Our panel of judges considered an extraordinarily impressive group of applicants this year and they took great care to select scholars who not only demonstrated great promise within the 50 mg levitra nonprofit sector but also a need for resources and cheap tramadol online education to continue to excel within their organizations.”
Recipients will be honored during a reception at the Association Media & Publishing 2014 Annual Meeting, May 19-21, at in the Sheraton Premier Hotel in Tysons Corner, Virginia.
New Study Finds Associations Generate More Than $1.2 Million Annually in Nondues Media-Related Revenue
Over the past three years, nondues revenues have increased at nearly half of associations, according to newly released research from the Angerosa Research Foundation, Stratton Publishing & Marketing's research arm. The Association Media Nondues Revenue Trends & Metrics, reveals associations generate an average of $1.268 million annually from advertising, sponsorships, and other assets in print, digital, social media, and more.
Specifically, the report shows how associations are tapping print and digital revenue streams to better support content delivery:
Advertising and sponsorships in print media remain strong generators of generic cheap tramadol nondues revenue, accounting for 73 percent of mean annual revenues.
Digital media revenue continues to where to buy viagra pills climb, making up 27 percent of all media revenues.
Web advertising generates an average of $58,000 annually, plus $30,000 on microsites/consumer sites.
Associations are increasingly embracing apps, with 96 percent making them available for free. Those that do offer paid apps generate a mean of $31,000 in annual revenue.
The full report, with data crosstabulated by association type, scope, and budget size is now available for pre-order. To pre-order your own copy of the report, complete the order form.
For more information, visit www.angerosaresearch.org.