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Nat Lea, president and CEO of WEHCO Media, Little Rock, Arkansas, was elected president of America's Newspapers today. Eight industry executives also were elected to three-year terms on the board of directors. more
Camille Olson, a partner with Seyfarth Shaw law firm and a member of the America's Newspapers board of directors, was honored with the Frank W. Mayborn Leadership Award on Monday, Oct. 18. The award was presented by Alan Fisco, president and CFO of The Seattle Times and president of America's Newspapers. more
Facebook is criticizing news outlets for reporting on leaked documents about the company ahead of the release of what Facebook called a “coordinated series of articles.”  more
Lee Enterprises Inc., a leading provider of high quality, trusted local news and information and a major subscription and advertising platform in 77 markets, announced a strategic partnership with Mudd Advertising, a leading full-service automotive advertising agency. more
Fox News’ John Roberts irresponsibly tweeted that Powell’s death "raises new concerns" about the vaccines’ effectiveness. more
Media giant Gannett Co., Inc. has entered into a $516 million senior secured loan facility and will use the funds, along with $400 million from a private offering, to repay an existing term loan. more
TownNews and BlueLena have announced a partnership that will empower local media organizations to rapidly activate reader revenue using TownNews’ smart metering and paywall solution, iQ Audience+. more
At the America’s Newspapers Senior Leadership Conference in Colorado Springs, Colorado, CherryRoad Media (Parsippany, New Jersey) has contracted with SCS to implement the Community Advertising System and Community Publishing System to standardize the advertising, production and editorial workflows across its 27 community newspapers. more
It can feel daunting and overwhelming to shape someone’s career. Here’s a few easy ways to get started. more
Once a haven for free speech in Asia, the situation in Hong Kong has become precarious for anyone who dares to question Chinese rule. more
“We found, surprisingly, that no single feature of a headline’s writing style makes much of a difference in forecasting success.” more
TV broadcasts for Sinclair-owned channels went down Sunday across the U.S. in what the stations have described as technical issues, but which multiple sources told The Record to be a ransomware attack. more
Judi Terzotis, president and publisher of The Times-Picayune (New Orleans, Louisiana), and The Advocate in Baton Rouge, was announced today as "E&P's 2021 Publisher of the Year," at the America's Newspapers Senior Leadership Conference in Colorado Springs. The announcement was made by E&P’s Associate Publisher, Robin Blinder, where the audience was treated to a video, showing how E&P notified and surprised Judi, via ZOOM. more
The glue that is lost when newspapers close doesn’t only bind readers. Without journalists shining light on public officials’ actions, corruption and misdeeds can thrive. The Post and Courier has unearthed myriad examples of questionable conduct during its yearlong investigation, Uncovered. more
Honoring excellence in editorial writing has been the goal of the Carmage Walls Commentary Prize, presented for many years by the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association. Beginning in 2022, this award will again be presented — by America's Newspapers — and underwritten by Southern Newspapers, Inc. more
Facebook has announced plans to hire 10,000 people in Europe over the next five years to develop its new platform. more
CNN’s Brian Stelter was recently, like a lot of journalists, the subject of threats from people who didn’t agree with his reporting. more
The technology behind paywalls is changing, and so are media monetization strategies with it. more
Journalists at one of Germany’s largest newspaper groups have protested their publisher’s decision to nix a lengthy investigation into alleged abuse of power by the chief editor of the country’s top-selling tabloid newspaper. more
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