Creative Circle is on a mission to help local media get through the COVID-19 crisis
We're releasing a series of innovative, new web apps this year to help local publishers recover some of the advertising lost to store closures and event cancellations. Most will have a coronavirus angle and each will help turn this disaster into a positive. "What's Open" was the first of our app lineup. "Honor My Grad" is the second. "Election 2020" will help generate revenue from local …

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What they are saying

"I just sold our 2020 Grads sponsorship for $2,400!"

– Texas publisher

"If this were on (my local newspaper) site, I would write to every parent and encourage them to do it."

– School principal

"I am looking for anything I can do to help make my graduate feel special. I would be all over this at $40."

– High school parent in focus group

Want to get in on this opportunity?
Contact Bill Ostendorf, our founder, at Bill@creativecirclemedia.com / 401-455-1555 or Sean Finch, VP/Sales at Sean@creativecirclemedia.com / 309-269-7834 today!
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Creative Circle releases app to help parents make a fuss over their 2020 grads

Graduation in 2020 is like no other. It stinks, especially for parents. But Creative Circle Media Solutions has released “Honor My Grad” – a web application built specifically to help parents, schools and media outlets give the graduating class of 2020 their due recognition.  

Download marketing materials

Download marketing and promotional materials for 2020 Grads

We've created a flyer and some house ads to help you market 2020 Grads.  

Learn about the What's Open app

Creative Circle releases web app to help publishers solve desperate need for their communities during Covid-19 crisis

Creative Circle Media Solutions has released “What’s open” – a web application built specifically to help communities and media outlets deal with the chaos of the coronavirus outbreak.

Saving small papers

Saving small newspapers is a passion for Creative Circle

Two small, rural towns in South Dakota are battling to save their newspapers, and Creative Circle has stepped in to help. The De Smet News and The Lake Preston Times – have a combined weekly circulation of about 1,900.

Read Bill's column

This can be our moment to shine if we’re bold enough to take it

Just when we thought things might be stabilizing after more than a decade of difficult financial conditions, our industry is crippled by the coronavirus pandemic and a collapse of local …

Giving back to the industry

Creative Circle creates coronavirus information site for news industry

Aiming to help newspapers and other news organizations navigate the coronavirus public health crisis, America’s Newspapers and Editor & Publisher have launched Media Virus Watch …