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DC paper publishes newspaper history series

June 14, 2018

Publisher Peter Wolff, owner of the InTowner, an online-only community newspaper in Washington, said he thought about bringing the history of newspapers in the nation’s capitol to his readers.

How to mitigate increased newsprint costs

June 14, 2018

Newspaper publishers and owners across the country are wondering what moves they can make to remain financially viable if the preliminary newsprint tariffs become permanent.

Who owns your newspaper?

April 9, 2018

Who owns you?” It’s a strange question, and the first time I was asked it, I was taken a little off guard.

News deserts topic of Huck Boyd Lecture in Community Media

March 14, 2018

Penelope “Penny” Muse Abernathy, a former executive at The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times and Knight chair in journalism and digital media economics at the University of North Carolina, will deliver the 18th annual Huck Boyd Lecture in Community Media on April 11.

Editing by flashlight: How one AR daily put out a newspaper in the dark

February 12, 2018

When a sudden power outage darkened downtown Little Rock’s skyline Tuesday, Jan. 2, it also knocked out electricity at the offices of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

Checklist for the New Year

December 29, 2017

I suppose any time is the right time to look over your newspaper operation and search for ways to make improvements, but the beginning of the year seems especially appropriate for such a task.

Cullen family wins Gish Award

December 29, 2017

A Northwest Iowa family that has demonstrated courage, tenacity and integrity in the face of competition and powerful, entrenched local interests is the winner of the 2017 Tom and Pat Gish Award from the Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues.

Fire destroys KY biweekly’s office, but staff meets press deadline

December 29, 2017

Fire destroyed the office of the Grayson County News-Gazette in late November. Despite the loss of the building and most of its contents, the small staff was able to get its next issue to the subscribers on time.

How four media organizations are using events to raise revenue and engage audiences

December 28, 2017

Producing events is one opportunity for news outlets to generate additional revenue and build good relationships with audiences. A panel of news and advertising executives spoke about their local events during Revenue Models That Work, which was held Oct. 12-13 at the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute.

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