Become a Community Publisher

As local newspapers crumble, more and more communities across the U.S. are left with little or no trustworthy original reporting. This underscores the need for a new model for journalism that can revitalize the informed the public.

What a Community Publisher Does:

  • Build relationships with business owners, and help each other grow within your community.
  • Be active in local organizations such as the Chamber of Commerce, Rotary, BNI, and other networking groups.
  • Be a consultant for the businesses that advertise with you and help them on concepts, events, promotions and more!

Becoming a Roundup Publisher is a part-time or full-time independent contractor position. It requires your commitment in order to effectively operate and maximize your community goals.

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