The Society for News Design recently announced the winners of its 34th annual newspaper design contest, with 727 awards given in 19 categories out of more than 9,000 entries.
With the advent of online crowdfunding, newspapers and journalists are learning that asking the people who directly benefit from the news to volunteer the money to help develop it may be a viable option.
Technology and operations take center stage in Hershey.
An inside look at newspapers that are diversifying their business models.
A case study of Newport News, Va.’s Daily Press.
The all-access paywall strategy Gannett rolled out in 2012, paired with tremendous gains in broadcast advertising revenue thanks to the Olympics and the presidential election, have helped the company achieve its first year-over-year increase in company-wide revenue since 2006.
Google exec says technology’s disruption will never stop. Is that a big problem or a big opportunity in disguise?
Publishers talk digital, revenue, and what to expect this year.
Our annual profile spotlighting 25 of the rising stars of newspaper publishing.
The Street Fight Summit was a convergence of hyperlocal experts, interviews, panel discussions, and keynote speakers that took place in New York Jan. 15 and 16 (rescheduled from its original dates due to Hurricane Sandy).
Google’s Go Paperless initiative riled the paper and printing industries.
A case before a California appellate court has the potential to put some teeth behind the old saying “You can’t fight City Hall.”
Exploring new models for content, delivery, advertising, and community involvement.
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