Community Newspaper News

Ways to make your computer run faster, safer this year

March 13, 2017

We’re off to a new and exciting start this New Year.


A visit with Buckeye State newspapers cures my winter ‘funk’

March 13, 2017

Convention season is an interesting time in the life of a speaker. Most years, I’ll travel directly from one convention to the next between late January and June. Some years, the travel doesn’t slow until July or August.


Content providers want to help community papers

March 13, 2017

If your newspaper is looking for some extra content, there are companies out there ready and willing to help, but there is a cost involved—sometimes.


Use of syndicated content remains steady Good Coverage

March 13, 2017

The amount of syndicated content used by community newspapers has stayed fairly steady, according to a non-scientific survey done by Publishers’ Auxiliary.


ND weekly helps chamber create TV ad

December 7, 2016

The Crosby Journal took to the streets to help its Chamber of Commerce produce a commercial that promotes its downtown businesses.


Selling Against Social: Digital Traffic

December 7, 2016

How do you or your sales staff respond when posed with the dreaded, “We rely on social media for our advertising” or “We don’t have any budget for print this year” objections? If you’re like a lot of newspaper sales representatives these days, you might respond with a blank stare, or maybe the classic tuck your tail and run approach. Instead of those failed responses, embrace the objection, and tackle it with these three steps.


Despite massive flooding, NC papers print on

December 7, 2016

When North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory interrupted a soggy North Carolina State University football game to declare a state of emergency Oct. 8, circumstances got real for residents and businesses in low-lying areas from the coastal plain to the Sandhill region in the south central part of the state.


Learning what I can from really smart people

November 1, 2016

I live a charmed life. Recently, I spent four days with nine of the top newspaper experts in the business, along with journalists from 22 states at The Newspaper Institute in Knoxville, TN.


Around the legal world in 30 minutes

November 1, 2016

A major topic on many conference attendees’ minds is the new overtime rule finalized by the U.S. Department of Labor last May and set to become effective on Dec. 1, 2016. When the final rule becomes effective, the standard salary threshold will increase from $23,660 to $47,476 per year. Employers will be able to count non-discretionary bonuses and commissions toward as much as 10 percent of the standard salary threshold.


What’s old is new again

November 1, 2016


y flash session focused on newspapers returning to the basics: engaging readers, maintaining and building circulation, helping support single-copy sales and reducing subscriber churn.


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