Aug. 30, 2023
MINNEAPOLIS — Associated Collegiate Press, the largest and oldest national membership organization for college student media in the United States and a division of the National Scholastic Press Association, announces a strategic partnership with Issuu to benefit collegiate media outlets.
Issuu, the world’s largest SaaS content publishing and marketing platform, helps people grow their businesses and inspire their audiences by transforming static designs into high-performance content for every digital marketing channel. With this partnership, Issuu will grant ACP members free access to the Issuu Starter Plan, enabling users to publish unlimited documents of up to 500 pages per upload or 100MB of file size. This plan includes fullscreen sharing links, easy embedding of digital publications onto a website, and access to basic statistics. ACP members already using Issuu will retain access to their existing publications during the plan transition.
“I know the importance of Issuu to our college community,” says Laura Widmer, ACP executive director. “I am excited to be working with them. Their mission aligns with the needs of college media. They are dedicated to building and delivering a self-service platform with all the tools our members need to convert static documents into dynamic content within a seamless workflow.”
With this partnership, Issuu has shown its commitment to college media.
“It’s fantastic to see an industry leader offer their product free to our members,” Widmer adds. “Issuu will also have a presence at college media events throughout the year.”
For journalism program advisers, yearbook staff, academic editorial teams, professors and students, Issuu is the all-in-one digital publishing platform that elevates the way people communicate and make an impact with their digital content. The platform transforms flat documents into interactive flipbooks with multimedia elements such as links and videos, as well as other engaging format types, and its intuitive sharing capabilities ensure content reaches its intended audience. From lesson plans to research papers, Issuu has the tools to make content dissemination easy, efficient, and engaging.
ACP members seeking to claim the Issuu Starter Plan should head to https://issuu.com/offers/issuu-and-acp.
“At Issuu, we deeply value the power of knowledge and the people behind it,” says Joe Hyrkin, CEO of Issuu. “Strong independent journalism is part of the bedrock of democracy. Student journalism is a major training ground for journalists and is increasingly taking over the role of important local investigative reporting. Our partnership with the Associated Collegiate Press reflects our shared vision of accessible and engaging content. We’re committed to providing an intuitive, self-service platform filled with best-in-class content creation, transformation, and distribution tools. Our mission is harmoniously aligned with the needs and pursuits of college media: to amplify every voice.”
About Associated Collegiate Press
With more than 570 members, Associated Collegiate Press is a national community of collegiate journalists and advisers. ACP provides journalism education services to students, teachers, and media advisers in the U.S. and abroad. As a division of the National Scholastic Press Association, founded in 1921, ACP is a non-profit educational association headquartered in Minnesota. ACP advances journalism and media by connecting advisers, students, and professionals through national events, content curation, and more. Learn more at acp.studentpress.org.
With 50+ million publications hosted and 2+ billion monthly page views, Issuu is the largest SaaS content publishing and marketing platform in the world. The Issuu Story Cloud empowers content creators to transform designs from static files into marketing assets for every distribution channel — including flipbooks to embed in websites and blogs, mobile-optimized articles, motion-graphic stories for social media, GIFs for email, and more. Issuu is headquartered in Palo Alto, with offices in Copenhagen, Berlin, and Braga. For more information, please visit www.issuu.com.