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PSPA/SPAA 2014 Keynote Address by Ed Monahan - listen to the live presentation below or download the PDF.
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The newly updated PSPA Digital Data image Format Guidelines are now available. Several changes and modifications were made to the guidelines for the 2013-2014 school year.  Modifications  from the prior version are highlighted in the document.


PSPA commemorated 60 years at the 2012 conference

2012 PSPA-SPAA Group Photo

The photo above was taken at the close of the 2012 PSPA-SPAA Conferences, at the Renaissance Hotel, Las Vegas, which celebrated the 60th Anniversary of Professional School Photographers Association International (PSPA). This photo, provided by Bell Photographers Inc., Provo, includes members of both PSPA and the Sports Photographers Association of America.

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PSPA PG2 thumbnail PSPA 2010 General Session: Secondary School Administrator Panels
Understanding the yearbook industry can help a studio be successful in this market. This panel from the National Association of Secondary School Principals discussed ways to reach the school decision maker, whether a principal, yearbook advisor, or school administrator. it also looks into what they look for in a vendor and how to get their business. Watch video

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Kodak Industry Address
Speaker:  Ed Monahan

Professional imaging markets continue to see sweeping changes and a decline in traditional business, leaving industry members to wonder about their future.  This presentation will make a case for the underlying causality of consumer opt-out as well as provide a forward look at the future of the imaging industry.  Based on these observations and conclusions, a perspective will be offered on the choice sets professional imaging businesses must make to successfully compete.  Critical attention will be given to digital economics and utility, consumer consumption, further technology disruption, and removing the ‘friction’ from the digital ecosystems – that’s where the future profit pools lay. Watch video 
 

 
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