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Turn on the television. Pick up a magazine. Scroll through your Twitter feed. Chances are, you’re being inundated with hundreds of marketing campaigns. But news publishers are only producing a fraction of those, and as an industry, we need to do … more
The 2020 Mega-Conference will take place at the Omni Fort Worth Hotel in Texas. Put on your cowboy boots and get your lassos ready because the Key Executives Mega-Conference is heading to Texas this year. More than 700 news professionals are … more
At the start of my newspaper career I was introduced to a new world of electronic operations. Many of us remember typesetters literally the size of a compact car and costing about the same as a house in the Hollywood Hills. Each newspaper had its … more
While the term “fake news” is thrown around with increased—and even disturbing—regularity, there remains the issue of whether reporters are doing enough to ensure that the information they write is factual and accurate. Today, reporters, as … more
Photo by the Salt Lake Tribune Nearly 150 years of for-profit newsgathering is coming to a close after the Salt Lake Tribune got word earlier this month that the IRS approved its petition to become the first nonprofit newspaper in the country. The … more
Neatly tied and stacked bundles sit ready for shipment. Twine produces a tight tie without cutting into papers, thanks to the BUNN tying machine. (Photo by Jerry Simpkins) Many of the tools we use in our business have seen dramatic improvements over … more
As a podcaster, you’re going to spend countless hours building your brand. From researching new topics and interviewing guests to recording and editing your shows, you’re creating a voice that is uniquely yours. As a part of developing your … more
P.J. Browning (Photo by Grace Beahm Alford/Post and Courier)   Our 2019 Publisher of the Year, P.J. Browning, calls herself a “newspaper brat.” With a journalism career that spans more than 30 years, it’s easy to understand why. Browning, … more
Roger Black is currently the editor and designer of a quarterly magazine, TYPE. Good design holds the key for news organizations scrambling to attract an audience in a highly fragmented field of competitors, according to magazine and newspaper … more
[metaslider id="202979"] E&P announced the winners of its 24th annual EPPY Awards on Oct. 23 at editorandpublisher.com. This year’s EPPY Awards received more than 300 entries. Winners were selected from an international list of nominations to … more
Workers installed the new printing press for LNP Media Group in June. (Photo by Chris Knight) In August, I wrote an article for E&P referencing the lack of innovation in our industry. That article drew quite a bit of ire from many diehard … more
Twenty years ago, the news publishing world looked a lot different than it does today. Newspapers were still the main source of information for many consumers, and they had more cash flow and more people working in their newsrooms. Yet, presently, … more
Cartoonist Lynn Johnston and her recently deceased Universal Press Syndicate editor, Lee Salem, introduced newspaper readers everywhere to Elly and John and their children on Sunday, Sept. 9, 1979. For the next 29 years, loyal readers of “For … more
Rupert Murdoch, the executive chairman of News Corp and co-chairman of Fox Corp., who built his fortune in the newspaper business, once called the ad-driven profits from his publications “rivers of gold.” By 2005, he lamented, “Sometimes … more
Local, independent journalism will get kicked to the curb in more than 20 markets later this month as the Kroger Co. removes free publications from all of its grocery stores nationwide. The news has left a number of alternative weeklies scrambling … more
A lot has changed in the printing industry over the past 35 years and a lot has stayed the same. We’ve had circulation ups and downs, advertising certainly isn’t what it once was and newspaper ownership has changed dramatically. But our world … more
For so long newspapers have designed content with the print customer in mind, but times are changing. A recent Pew Research Center study based on 3,425 U.S. adults concluded that of those that preferred to read the news (as opposed to listening or … more
Investigative journalism is often the stuff of drama. Exposing corruption, abuse, inequality and crimes are inherently good, juicy stories—not to mention a core competency and duty for newspapers. It wouldn’t surprise anyone in news to hear that … more
New E&P owner and publisher Mike Blinder (left) poses with an issue of E&P with former owner and publisher Duncan McIntosh. Duncan McIntosh, president and group publisher of the Duncan McIntosh Co., Inc. and owner of Editor and Publisher … more
A little over a year ago, I wrote an article here outlining the latest trends and advancements in our newspaper industry. At that time, I went into the assignment eyes wide open and full of enthusiasm, being provided the opportunity to write about … more
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