News & Announcements

New tool helps you manage your site and find your FLOW

With its many layouts, editing steps and deadlines, journalism can be a messy process. Managing the work can be chaotic. It doesn’t have to be.
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Students: Sign up now for digital newsletter just for you

Building on its popular weekly digital newsletter, the SNO Report, the team at SNO has developed a version just for student editors and staff members. As part of the kickoff promotion, any student who signs up by Sept. 30 will be entered in a drawing for a GoPro camera for the school’s journalism program. Continue Reading →

Back to school and ready for the Best of SNO

Whether you’ve been back to school for a few weeks or a few days, we hope the new school year is off to a great start. This week marks the first anniversary for Best of SNO. The traditional first anniversary gift is paper, but at SNO we don’t use much paper. Instead, we’re sending this email with updates and a few story ideas. Continue Reading →

The SNO Report: Welcome Back

Hopefully you’ve spent a little time this summer resting, relaxing and recharging. At SNO, we took the summer to improve our platform, upgrade our staff, and enhance our services. Here’s what we have been up to.  Continue Reading →

A new program from SNO to improve your website

We hear from our customers often, and one of the things we hear the most is that your want your website to get better.

While the SNO support site, training materials and videos help you improve your site year round, the request we get most often is for individual feedback. So today we are excited to roll out the SNO Site Review program. Continue Reading →

School Newspapers Online recognizes 7 schools as Distinguished Sites in program’s inaugural year

When the SNO team rolled out a new recognition program this winter, hopes were high that schools would want to submit for recognition and to get better. Yet in its first season, the SNO Distinguished Sites program exceeded expectations and made a strong impact on staffs around the country.  Continue Reading →

Strong writing makes for good story (and other lessons)

By John Vitti

What student reporters do in schools across America is the same things professional reporters do at The New York Times. Continue Reading →

For Australian student journalists, the story of a lifetime

Most student news websites are filled with the typical campus stories about musical performances, student government elections and the latest sports results. Occasionally a big news story will dominate coverage for a few days. Continue Reading →

Students at Klein Collins High School go above and beyond to become first-ever SNO Distinguished Site

At the Legacy Press, going above and beyond is the norm. So for adviser Justin Elbert, the challenge laid out by the new SNO Distinguished Sites program was just the next bar for his students to clear.  Continue Reading →

Making your SNO website pay off

When Matt Rasgorshek signed up his students’ website for the SNO Ad Network in September 2013, he said he didn’t expect to make much money but thought it would be good to get in on the ground floor. A few months later, Westside Wired was at the top. Continue Reading →

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