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Press-Enterprise in Riverside, California, has selected imPRESSions Worldwide of Burlington, Washington, to oversee its Press Drive System retrofit across its GOSS Headliner Offset Presses. more
ST. CLOUD — Earlier this year I had the privilege  of introducing St. Cloud LIVE,  a new local news website serving the greater St. Cloud area. more
The Buffalo News is laying off 160 production employees as it moves its printing operation to Cleveland in a shift announced earlier this year by owner Lee Enterprises.   more
The North State Journal will soon be printed in Charlotte, North Carolina, along with several other regional and national publications after the completion of an acquisition announced Tuesday. more
CherryRoad Media has acquired eight community newspapers in Ohio and Indiana and a commercial print operation from Delphos Herald, Inc. and the Cohen family. Most of these newspapers date to the mid- to late 1800s, with more than 150 years of history serving their respective communities. more
CherryRoad Media Inc. has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the Hutchinson, Kansas, printing operations from Gannett Co., Inc. The printing operation currently prints most of CherryRoad Media's Kansas publications as well as numerous other newspapers in central and western Kansas. more
Plant closures and consolidation prompt earlier deadlines, longer drives, higher costs as papers scramble to stay in print. more
It is not often a newspaper, or any business for that matter, can celebrate 150 years of consecutive service to its community, but now the Daily Herald can. more
The Oregonian/OregonLive will discontinue printing a newspaper on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, bringing an end to 142 years of daily print publication early next year. more
Readers reacted strongly to last week’s column, describing how newspapers in New York and Los Angeles are cutting traditional sports sections. I shudder to think what might happen if The Seattle Times made a similar move, which isn’t being considered. Top editors confirmed it has no such plans. Still, it was encouraging to hear that people still care so deeply about newspapers. more
Media advocates in Colorado swarmed into action this week to help several local newspapers continue publishing a physical edition after a large out-of-state company announced it would shut down the printing plant they currently use in Pueblo. more
The Pueblo Chieftain’s printing operation in downtown Pueblo, Colorado, will be shuttered in August and more than 50 employees will be laid off from their positions, the Chieftain’s parent company Gannett announced Tuesday. more
Lee Enterprises, the corporate owner of five Montana daily newspapers, plans to reduce the number of days it prints in most of its newspapers to three days per week. more