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Cutting costs in our operations has long been the fallback for many companies. As painful as this strategy is the approach seems to show immediate savings and despite of ourselves, we always seem to find a way to get the work done through one means … more
The stories are familiar now. A longtime newspaper family decides to sell off their publications to a larger public corporation (which then slashes costs and lays off employees), or worse, a longtime newspaper family decides to shut down their … more
This year, we revamped our annual list of 10 Newspapers That Do It Right to 10 News Publishers That Do It Right. Our nomination form stated: “As our news industry grows and expands beyond paper, we want to profile not just newspapers, but all news … more
[metaslider id="205145"] Close to 550 news professionals attended the 10th annual Key Executives Mega-Conference in Fort Worth, Texas, which concluded this morning with two sessions focused on two engaging topics. The first session “How Hanging … more
[metaslider id="205081"] The second day of the Key Executives Mega-Conference in Fort Worth, Texas started bright and early with a timely and important topic: “How Women Leaders are Transforming Newspapers.” Moderated by Mi-Ai Parrish, Sue … more
Total Market Coverage (TMC) products are regarded by many as a mixed blessing. Virtually all our properties have at one time or another had a TMC. Due to declines in preprints and increasing expense, a few have shut them down. Some see a need for a … more
[metaslider id="205037"] Now in its 10th year, the Key Executives Mega-Conference kicked-off today in Fort Worth, Texas with a welcome from Fort Worth Star-Telegram publisher Ryan Mote and segued into the first opening general session “Revenue … more
For news organizations, selling advertising has become a notoriously complicated endeavor as media companies, tech businesses, and platforms compete for a share of the revenue. Though there is still a remarkable amount of money spent on advertising … more
America East will take place at the Hershey Lodge and Convention Center. The America East News Summit is set to return March 30 to April 1 in Hershey, Pa. at the Hershey Lodge and Convention Center. Administered by the Pennsylvania NewsMedia … more
As news publishing enters a new decade, digital will continue to be a disruptor among us. The good thing is that the industry has learned how to harness its power and use the platform effectively in newsrooms and advertising departments. Digital can … more
In 2019, we saw Gannett and GateHouse Media merge to become the largest newspaper chain in the U.S. We saw more news organizations take a stronger stance against the spread of misinformation and lies. We saw publishers stand up to tech giants like … more
As part of the 2020 International Newspaper Group (ING) Leadership Networking Summit, ING and E&P have agreed to collaborate on the first annual ING/E&P Operations All Star Excellence Awards, kicking off a powerful partnership. The Summit is … more
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
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