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Good circulation numbers require lots of effort

May 9, 2016

Let’s be candid about a trend affecting community newspapers.


News racks: Are they for show or are they for dough?

May 9, 2016

Is a coin rack worth it? One of the more frequent questions I have been asked over the years is, “How many newspapers should a coin rack sell to make it worthwhile?” It’s always a great question without a clear-cut answer, but here are some guidelines that I like to use.


GA twice-weekly fights for its community

May 9, 2016

JESUP, GA—If it is a newspaper’s duty to print the news and raise hell, the Press-Sentinel of Jesup, GA, is answering the call and rattling Satan’s rafters over a proposed coal-ash dump at the county landfill.


Volunteers, community newspaper boost teens’ chances of winning college scholarships

April 5, 2016

They arrived early on a Saturday morning—not the usual hour for teenagers—and found the only open door along the quiet, cavernous hallway of an empty Hickman High School in Columbia, MO. Stomping snow from boots and rubbing chilled hands together, they found us in the media center and sat down, one by one, at the lit computer screen.


Protect your money: 2016 investment markets analysis

April 5, 2016

The first two weeks opening in the U.S. stock market was considered the worst opening two weeks ever.


Creating a capitol news bureau: Making state government a local issue

April 5, 2016

The story begins this way: In Washington State, where the Legislature and governor face $100,000-a-day contempt penalties imposed by the state’s Supreme Court for not responsibly funding constitutionally-mandated basic education …


Printing plant fire causes stress, then hope

April 5, 2016

The fire started sometime between 12:40 a.m. and 1:08 a.m. Tuesday, June 4, 2013. That was only minutes after our night crew clocked out after completing their shift.


‘We started our relationship with the newspaper as avid readers’

April 5, 2016

Jill Farschman has had a varied and exciting career as a corporate training director, a nonprofit organization executive and a communication director, but she believes she has found her dream job as publisher of the Washington Park Profile, a Denver monthly newspaper she and her husband, Jay, bought about a year ago.


Black holes are forming where news archives used to be

April 5, 2016

Newspaper morgues are fascinating places to behold. Forever frozen in time, the news of days gone by beckons researchers, historians, genealogists, and journalists eager to lose themselves in the bound yellowed pages that have sat on their cool dark shelves for decades.


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