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“Kevin Kamen works relentlessly. Whenever he speaks about the
publishing business or companies, I pay close attention.”
— Paul Tash (Mr. Tash is Chairman of the Pulitzer Board
and CEO/Chairman of the Tampa Bay Times.), August 1, 2014
“Kevin Kamen is one of the world’s best-known and most-prolic brokers
of media properties and companies.”
— Gypsy C. Gallardo, CEO/Publisher of
The Power Broker Magazine, July 30, 2014
Whose judgement do they trust?
“Kevin Kamen correctly predicted as far back as 2010 that a buyer would
be willing to pay $42 million to $51 million for The Journal ... ‘They paid
about $4 million to $5 million more than they should have,’ Kamen told
WPRI.com ... Kamen suggested Gatehouse was motivated to pay a premium
in part to ensure a competing newspaper chain didn’t get The (Providence)
— Ted Nessi, WPRI 12, Providence, Rhode Island, July 23, 2014
Considering selling your publication? You
should have your title nancially valued
correctly and listed for sale. Call or come visit
Kamen & Co. Group Services to assist you.
KAMEN & CO. GROUP SERVICES
NY (516) 379-2797 • FL (727) 786-5930 • FAX (516) 379-3812
626 RXR Plaza, Uniondale, NY 11556
Whose voice do
industry leaders seek?
Just ask them.
‘Best in Digital Media’
Contest Launching Soon
Numerous categories including
Local Digital Innovator of the Year
Last Call for
here’s still time — but not much! — to get
yourself to Atlanta, Georgia for this month’s
Mega-Conference. Running February 23-25 at
the Atlanta Marriott Marquis, this conference is on track
to smash attendance records and attract over 800 media
“I am really proud of this event and our partnership
with Inland Press Association and Southern Newspaper
Publishers Association,” said LMA President Nancy Lane.
“In five short years, this conference has grown into one of
the major industry gatherings.”
Highlights are many but a few to consider:
■ Top notch speakers and program
■ Over 22 breakout sessions
■ Heavy focus on digital AND print – customize your
experience by choosing which concurrently running ses-
sions are best for you
■ General sessions feature senior-level media executives
from a diverse mix of innovative media companies
■ Huge industry trade show with over 80 exhibitors/
sponsors participating in a modern format
■ Invaluable networking with a wide range of industry
Full details at www.mega-conference.com. Walk in
unique with your
menting a successful mobile
solution? Does a member of
your team sprout innovation
at every turn? Are your digital
efforts driving eyeballs and
advertisers across multiple
platforms? Has social media
become an integral part of
your community outreach?
Get the recognition you de-
serve, and bragging rights, by
competing in the Local Media
Association’s annual Best in
Digital Media Contest.
The 2015 contest will get underway later this
month and entering it will give you and your staff
the chance to see how your efforts stack up against
other local media companies across North America.
Not only will a win bring a much deserved feather in
the cap for your team but can also be a real boon for
marketing your digital solutions to local clients.
This contest recognizes excellence in numerous
categories including the overall Best
Local Community Website. And,
on an individual basis, will award
the Local Website Innovator of the
Ye a r . Additional categories include:
■ Best Local Community Initiative
■ Best New Apps
■ Best Use of Social Media
■ Best Layout & Design (desktop &
■ Best Advertising Initiative
■ Best Website/Mobile Marketing
■ Best Use of Mobile/Tablets
■ Best Site Vertical
■ Many more!
Watch your inbox for the contest
announcement coming this month. Kudos to News-
paper Toolbox for hosting the contest platform which
will make the online entry process intuitive, smart and
simple...just like a good website!
Full details and online submission at www.localme-
dia.org under the Contests tab.
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