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[metaslider id="196179"] The stakes were high at this year’s Key Executives Mega-Conference in Las Vegas Feb. 25-27. More than 700 news industry leaders attended the show, hosted by the Inland Press Association, Local Media Association, Southern … more
This year’s list of 10 Newspapers That Do It Right recognizes some of the most diverse ideas out there today. From an augmented reality app to a video studio, some of these publications are thinking outside the box, experimenting with strategies … more
Depending on your perspective and where things have personally taken you, this past year has proven to be fairly eventful for our industry. Driven by the all too familiar newsroom layoffs, newspaper closings, cutbacks, broad range RIFs and … more
Ever since social media sites like Facebook and Twitter surpassed print newspapers as a main source of news for many Americans, editors have had to find new and creative ways of dealing with the digital elephant in the room. The issue has gained a … more
Nowadays, with so much technology available to us (and in the works), it seems like we are closer than ever to living the futuristic life the Jetsons once portrayed on TV—and this year will certainly follow suit as we see new technology trends … more
Cybercrime continues to be a major problem, but to most people it involves stolen data like credit card numbers. A growing problem has been ad fraud, which is less well-known. However, it has reached a point where law enforcement is taking it … more
The 2019 Mega-Conference will take place at the Paris Las Vegas. (Photo provided) This year’s Key Executives Mega-Conference will have plenty on its schedule, including new programming tracks, and more workshops and sessions built around the theme … more
I’m not quite sure how far back the discussion (aka argument) goes regarding gray bars and achieving gray balance on press through their use in newspapers. Many articles I have read go back well into the 1980s and I’m fairly sure the debate went … more
For many of their users, mobile messaging apps are just expedient little tools for texting and sharing photos or videos with friends who use the same app. The fact that those messages and content are encrypted is just an added a perk. But for … more
The reporter who won the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for feature writing initially thought she was in Charleston, S.C. to chronicle the lives of nine church-goers who died in 2015 when a stranger with a Glock murdered them while they were praying. The … more
When Dictionary.com announced its 2018 Word of the Year was misinformation, I’m sure many of us in the news industry were not surprised. Dictionary.com defines misinformation as “false information that is spread, regardless of whether there is … more
It’s no surprise to any of us that circulation of our daily papers is being challenged daily. While I personally feel things are bottoming out and the freefall is slowing, we continue with a downward trend. I feel we’re zeroing in on a stable … more
When New York Times investigative reporters Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor, along with the New Yorker’s Ronan Farrow, told the world about Harvey Weinstein’s chronic sexual harassment history and abuses of power as a Hollywood producer, it ignited … more
What’s harder than landing an advertising client? These days, it’s likely more challenging to find a salesperson with the right skill set and the necessary dedication. And once you do find them, how do you keep them in such a competitive market? … more
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