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Mail delivery of local newspapers is a hot topic in some corners of the industry. It also needs to be part of the conversation around saving local journalism, most of which is still done by newspapers. more
The printing and packaging of all Wisconsin newspapers produced at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel facility in West Milwaukee will be moved to the printing plant at the Peoria Journal Star in Illinois. more
The Peninsula Daily News will be delivered to every subscriber every publication day starting at the end of the month. It will be by mail. more
A shortage of truckers and blockade bottlenecks have put a crimp on newsprint deliveries to the nation’s newspapers. more
Here’s an idea to steal and adapt: Shifting from a print-first publishing workflow to a digital-first process helps create and encourage an audience-first philosophy in newsrooms. more
In this article, read how Sun Times publisher Darryl L. Flowers is wrapping up work to acquire a press and return newspaper production to the Electric City. more
Ogden Newspapers has decided to close Press Works Ink, the company that did the printing for Nevada News Group. None of the publications are closing or changing in any material way. more
Recently, Heidelberg hired Jeff Powalisz as director of PMC Atlanta to oversee its demo room operations. With a combined 22 years of experience at Heidelberg, Powalisz will manage daily customer demonstrations, training and testing in the demo room. more
Jim Falzone, an accomplished newspaper executive, has been promoted to vice president of production for CNHI, LLC, the company announced Monday. more
The Cleveland Jewish Publication Company, publisher of the Cleveland Jewish News, announced Dec. 21 that it has reached an agreement with the Jewish Community Board of Akron to publish a new Akron Jewish News, a monthly newspaper to serve the Akron Jewish community. more
The MPC Board of Directors met this fall and reviewed our status. We determined that it was unrealistic to continue to hold conferences from both a financial and participation point of view. Unfortunately, we have decided to dissolve our MPC nonprofit organization. more
Francis Wick, CEO, has announced that Scott Green has returned to Wick Communications as Wick production manager. Green also will serve as lead pressman at the Sierra Vista (Arizona) Herald. more
Cox Enterprises has named Erin McCandless vice president of commercial operations. She will report to Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary Jennifer Hightower and be based in Atlanta. more
Rapid City (South Dakota) Journal President/Regional Publisher Bill Masterson has been named the vice president of operations in the audience development division of Lee Enterprises, the Journal's parent company. more
Cox Media Group has announced that Chris Eagan has been named VP of audience and operations, CMG Radio effective immediately. In this role Eagan will lead the overarching programming strategy, audience development and multiplatform distribution for CMG Radio. He will also lead the CMG Digital Content team and partnerships to drive innovation for CMG Radio. more
In October, The Papers, Inc., a Northern Indiana-based publishing company, signed contracts with SCS to implement the Community Advertising System and Community Publishing System to standardize the advertising, production and editorial workflows across its 16 weekly and monthly newspapers and magazines. more
David Cuddihy is being named regional president of Lee Enterprises’ publications in Oregon and Washington, which include the digital and print operations of the Democrat-Herald in Albany, the Gazette-Times in Corvallis, and The Daily News in Longview. Cuddihy replaces Shanna Cannon who is leaving the company. more
Gannett, the parent company of The El Paso Times, is moving the paper's printing and packaging operations to Paso del Norte Publishing in Juarez in early October.  more
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution will move the printing of its daily newspaper to The Gainesville Times’ print facility in Hall County, AJC Publisher Donna Hall announced today. Consequently, the AJC will close its Gwinnett County print production plant in early 2022. more
Ten months after reducing the number of days it appears in print, The Berkshire Eagle is upgrading its printing capabilities. According to a message from Eagle president Fred Rutberg, the paper, … more
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