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National Newspaper Association welcomes new management team

The National Newspaper Association, an organization of 2,400 members representing community newspapers across the United States, has engaged Lynne Lance Association Management (LLAM) to operate its headquarters ... November 19, 2018

15 sponsored content revenue ideas

Paid and sponsored content is not just a fad. It is a revenue stream that is bringing big money to magazine and newspaper Publishers in the consumer and B2B space. Media sales strategist Ryan Dohrn will ... November 12, 2018

INDIANA, PA, DAILY STREAMLINES PAGE MAKEUP AND PAGINATION WITH SCS

The Indiana Gazette, a daily newspaper serving Pennsylvania’s Indiana County, has purchased SCS’s ad dummying and classified pagination software tools Layout-8000 and SCS/ClassPag.   November 12, 2018

Laura Ferguson Joins Open Road Integrated Media as SVP Business Development

Open Road Integrated Media (OR/M) announced today that Laura Fergusonhas joined the company as SVP of Business Development. Ferguson will oversee OR/M's ambitious Open Road Ignition business ... November 12, 2018

Free monthly travel stories for your use

The 17 community editions of the Turner Newspapers in Maine (turnerpublishing.net) run the FREE monthly travel stories (from around the country and the world) to provide an added feature for their readers. November 12, 2018

SCS ON BOARDS SOUTHAMPTON PRESS FOR INTELLIGENT PAGINATION

The Press News Group (PNG), based in Southampton, NY, has recently selected SCS to automate the Classified Pagination process. SCS/ClassPag will be used to streamline the production of three newspapers- ... November 12, 2018

Protect Your Content: Learn about copyright laws to protect your media company

About the program: A new way for community newspapers to protect their content from infringers by registering their copyrights is now available from the U.S. Copyright Office. Streamlined, online, and ... November 8, 2018

'To bigotry no sanction, to persecution no assistance'

Eleven people dead, four wounded during Shabbat morning services at Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh. Stunned, saddened, sick at heart, a nation struggles once again to make sense of the senseless. November 5, 2018

A membership-supported, for-profit model newspaper

After more than four years of trying everything to attract advertisers for our small-town weekly paper—even including a last-resort, full-market coverage, free newspaper—it became clear to ... October 31, 2018

Minnesota reporter says she was threatened by council member

A northwest Minnesota reporter said she was threatened during a Roosevelt City Council meeting Oct. 1 after asking pressing questions. October 31, 2018

Market shift caused newsprint financial change

Domestic newsprint producers may not be in good financial shape, but imports from Canada are not the reason, the International Trade Commission said in September. October 31, 2018

Wisconsin publisher, Johnson, named NNA president

Andrew Johnson, publisher of the Dodge County Pionier in Mayville, WI, was elected president of the National Newspaper Association during the association’s 132nd annual convention and trade show ... October 31, 2018

What would help expand your business? Diversify

For most of his newspaper’s 98-year history, it was blessed with isolation, said David Woronoff, publisher and owner of The Pilot in Southern Pines, NC. The bi-weekly sits in the geographic center ... October 31, 2018

Re-imagining local journalism through partnerships and collaboration

Although a thriving partnership between online news site Charlottesville Tomorrow and The (Charlottesville) Daily Progress is bringing enhanced reporting on local issues to the newspaper and credibility ... October 31, 2018

Are analytics the future of print?

It’s 2000, and the mood is jubilant at PennySaver, a free-distribution advertising publication. These are heady days for print. A booming real estate and services sector means happy reps and healthy ... October 31, 2018

5 ways to make your obits a growth driver

Obituaries are the most viewed section of the newspaper. Why? Because people’s life stories matter. October 31, 2018

Handshake nets a windfall for polio fight

The National Newspaper Association has a tradition of encouraging shaking hands. It’s a way of getting to know people and welcome newcomers. The association is 133 years old. A contest of shaking ... October 31, 2018

Building an unbeatable team of freelancers

Between Monday night meetings and Friday night lights, newspapers with tiny staffs often struggle to cover everything. Some communities have more than one high school with multiple teams playing on game ... October 31, 2018

Let FOIA work for your paper

Q Does the federal Freedom of Information Act still work? How can I use it? October 31, 2018

In-county newspapers get favorable price increase proposal except for Saturation when sampling, or for Requesters

A U.S. Postal Service rate case was filed Oct. 10 for changes effective Jan. 27, 2019. October 31, 2018

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