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Since President Donald Trump lost his bid for re-election to Joe Biden in November, the media industry has been asking one important question: “What will we do without him?” A switch to a more “normal” or “boring” administration has rained down fears of low television ratings and a drop in subscriptions. However, the better question might be how much time will the media devote to covering Trump now that he is no longer in office? more
As traditional revenue streams dry up in the media industry, there is a growing interest in funding journalism through philanthropy. The Local Media Association (LMA), with support from the Google News Initiative, aims to explore this source of funding with the launch of the Lab for Journalism Funding. more
As part of the 2020 International Newspaper Group (ING) Leadership Networking Summit, ING and E&P decided to collaborate on the first annual ING/E&P Operations Allstar Awards, kicking off a partnership live at the Summit, which was scheduled for Sept. 18 to 20 in Chicago. Winners were to be announced at the Summit, but then our whole world changed when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, and the Summit and awards ceremony moved online. more
Founded in 1871, the Helena World is one of Arkansas’ oldest newspapers, yet it nearly met its demise on Sept. 6, 2019 when its owner, GateHouse Media, decided to close it. Amazingly, on the same day Chuck Davis and Andrew Bagley announced they had acquired the World. The men became the newspaper’s first local owners since 1981. more
A year after forming the Relevance Project, the Newspaper Association Managers (NAM) has launched a campaign with the goal to help newspapers and state press association-owned ad services rebrand and position themselves for relevance in a digital world. Called Revenue Resource 2020, a reserve of sales promotions is available for news publishers to download free... more
Coverage of education is vital to a healthy community. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic—which created a large disruption in the education system and the lives of thousands of students and parents—it is more important than ever. As a result, the Dallas Morning News’ newly launched Education Lab comes at a critical time. more
When the pandemic struck, news was as essential to the public as the most important household items they were panic-buying at stores or online. Although TV viewership increased, especially local channels, more Americans also reached for a newspaper in many markets. more
More than 30 journalists have come together to establish the News Product Alliance (NPA), which aims to build a community of support and practice for news product professionals. The organization launched in September and intends to formalize at the beginning of 2021. more
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit earlier this year, it knocked out an already-struggling news industry, causing advertising dollars to plummet and newsrooms to layoff staff or to close entirely. Despite the ongoing struggles brought on by the pandemic, civil unrest and a volatile U.S. presidential election, news companies found innovative ways of boosting their bottom line so that they could continue to serve their communities. more
Public notices in local newspapers have long helped hold government agencies accountable and news consumers make well-informed decisions. And they also used to be a reliable source of revenue for … more
As the printing and publishing industry adjusts to change, we continue to seek new and more financially responsible ways to maintain sustainability—or in some unique cases find profitability. … more
When Greg Moore was let go from the Charleston (W.V.) Gazette-Mail after 20 years, the former editor wasn’t shocked. For him, it was no secret that the media industry was struggling … more
For nearly 150 years, the Gazette has delivered vital news to the residents of Colorado Springs, Colo. Now they are expanding their footprint with the new Denver Gazette. The online publication … more
Since 1986, Portia Li had covered the Chinese community in San Francisco as a criminal justice reporter for the World-Journal, the largest Chinese-language newspaper in the U.S. But after three … more
Coronavirus and COVID-19 are words that have become all too common around the world these past few months. With the COVID-19 pandemic causing millions of deaths and illnesses, drastically affecting … more
According to David Kennedy, chief revenue officer of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser and Oahu Publications, Inc, the days of waiting for the five o’clock for news on your TV will soon go away due … more
Frank Blethen starts his workday at 3 a.m. Before the sun is even up, the Seattle Times publisher is spending his morning reading the Wall Street Journal, New York Times and his own newspaper. About … more
After protests erupted across the nation in response to the killing of George Floyd, a Black Minnesota man who died in police custody, conversations about representation took precedence in newsrooms … more
As many newspapers seek cost savings and increased efficiencies through consolidation, this popular trend has found its way to the two largest papers in New Mexico: the Santa Fe New Mexican and … more
Once upon a time, social media was used to connect us with family and friends. Businesses used it to reach customers and advertisers, and in some alternate reality, social media is still an innocent … more
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