Tribune offers new events listing; What’s Happening calendar managed by Tahoe.com
Tribune Managing Editor
Tahoe Daily Tribune transitioned to a new, easy-to-use, calendar system last month. We’re now partnered with Tahoe.com to list fun things to do around the lake.
As a reminder, events previously entered into SpinGo (our old management system) were not automatically transferred over to our new calendar. To continue publishing regular events, visit http://www.tahoedailytribune.com and click on the “Events Calendar” tile. Click “Add your event” and it will walk you through the new submission process, which has been simplified.
The Tribune What’s Happening calendar is reserved for one-time and repeating events, activities and meetings with a focus primarily on entertainment on Tahoe’s South Shore. It cannot be used for advertising, sales or promotions. Community events, like support groups, will no longer be listed in the events calendar; the Tribune will however list those events regularly in our local briefs section, which runs in print and online. Send those types of events directly to me at email@example.com.
Free event listings are always subject to editing and will run only as space allows. The Tribune will continue to reverse publish events from the online calendar into print publications. To ensure an event makes it into the print edition, please make sure you submit it at least a week, preferably two, ahead of time.
Photos or logos are required during the submission process for the online calendar component of Tahoe.com. If you do not have a photo or have other submission questions, please contact Tahoe.com’s Jody Poe at 775-831-8015.
Now is a great time to start listing your summer events on Tahoe’s South Shore. In addition to the Tribune, events entered into our new calendar will be available on the Sierra Sun’s North Shore website, on Tahoe.com and on LakeTahoeThisWeek.com.
General questions? Please direct them to me by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Caitlin Row is managing editor of Tahoe Daily Tribune. She can be reached at 530-542-8006 or email@example.com. Find her on Twitter — @CrowTahoe. Tahoe Daily Tribune prints Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Its website — http://www.tahoedailytribune.com — is updated daily. Find us on social media, too — http://www.facebook.com/TahoeDailyTribune, http://www.twitter.com/TahoeDailyTrib, and http://www.instagram.com/tahoesnaps.
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