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In this segment of ‘E&P REPORTS' Publisher Mike Blinder discusses with President & COO Alec Johnson why the company decided to bring back the Ogdensburg Journal and their strong commitment to printing a quality product in a growing digital world. more
In this 'E&P REPORTS,' Mike Blinder, publisher of E&P Magazine, chats with Larry Ryckman editor at The Sun, along with Elizabeth Hansen Shapiro Co-Founder of The National Trust for Local News, on how the forming of a public benefit corporation helped make the purchase of the weekly newspapers of Colorado Community Media possible. more
Dr. Chyi's study reveals empirical data on the impact of COVID-19 on 20 major market newspapers' print and digital circulation. The report shows that digital subscriptions between 2019 and Q3 2020 went up by 64 percent, while print circulation dropped by an average of 21 percent. more
In this edition of “E&P REPORTS,” Publisher Mike Blinder chats with City Pulse’s Owner and Publisher Berl Schwartz and Managing Editor Kyle Kaminski about how cannabis has built an audience and needed revenue for their media company. Plus, they’ll share their views on covering Michigan state politics as Governor Gretchen Whitmer gains national attention in a politically polarized country. more
In this segment of “E&P Reports,” E&P publisher Mike Blinder goes one-on-one with Paul Glader, associate professor at The King's College in New York City, to discuss a new tool called VettNews Cx that is “reimagining how modern newsrooms handle corrections., ” and why new methods of handling consumer feedback can help us not only provide more accurate information but provide better audience loyalty. more
With a world permanently changed by the global pandemic, what is in store for news publishers, and how should we best meet the challenges ahead? E&P assembled four industry leaders to address this issue. more
In this segment of E&P REPORTS, Mike Blinder, publisher of E&P, goes one-on-one with Tom Shaw, VP and chief product officer of Shaw Media, to learn more about their new news consolidation model --Shaw Local. And how it may not just benefit their company but the industry. Plus, we learn Shaw's thoughts about the industry's relationship and future with Google and Facebook, growing advertising revenue and building diversity in our newsrooms, and Shaw Media's plans for growth in the future. more
In this edition of "E&P REPORTS," publisher Mike Blinder discusses with Guy Roginson, executive editor of Talking Glass Media, how publishing Good News to Central Arizona has resulted in significant growth in readership and revenue for the company. more
In this segment of "E&P REPORTS," Publisher Mike Blinder goes one-on-one with Borrell Associates CEO Gordon Borrell on the initial findings from their study on what opportunities are available now for newspapers to garner new ad dollars. more
In this segment of E&P Reports, publisher Mike Blinder discusses with Damian Radcliffe, the Carolyn S. Chambers Professor in Journalism at the University of Oregon. He discusses his current findings from his latest study on the impact of COVID-19 on journalism and what trends he sees in the other research projects he is currently working on. more
Many know newspaper industry veteran John Kelly, who has spent over 30-years in sales leadership positions. John is still consulting today and publishing a daily newsletter as well as speaking his mind when it comes to the state of the industry today. Mike Blinder, Publisher of E&P Magazine, chats with John, as these two sales “warhorses” talk about their views on what it takes to succeed in ad sales as well as the challenges we face in a world beset by a pandemic and corporate takeovers. more
In this segment of E&P Reports, Nancy Lane, CEO of The Local Media Association who is helping fund and guide the project, along with: Shana Black, founder and publisher of Black Girl Media; Kevin Lloyd, founder and chief executive officer of Columbus Black and Ken Schneck, editor of The Buckeye Flame speak on their common goals to help address the health care disparities their readers experience, plus other common topics of concern their communities share with each other. more
In the segment of E&P Reports publisher Mike Blinder has a lively conversation with Brewster Kale, founder of The Internet Archive. Kale speaks about how he feels about digital privacy, the future of content distribution and compensation, and why the preservation and access to historical content is a matter of paramount importance. more
New Jersey Hills Media Group, which serves 50 communities in north central NJ, is now transitioning to ownership by a new non-profit entity, the Corporation for NJ Local Media (CNJLM) which has a mission to “build strong communities through journalism and civic engagement.” Learn more about how this sale took place and what plans are underway in converting this family-owned group to a non-profit local news entity. more
HD Media, the West Virginia-based publisher of the Charleston Gazette-Mail & the Herald-Dispatch, is making its own news with the recent announcement that they have filed a federal antitrust lawsuit against Google and Facebook. The purpose is to hopefully help the entire industry receive some form of compensation from the 70% plus of local advertising revenue these tech giants make from the content they exploit. more
It wasn’t too long ago that the family-owned Silver City (N.M.) Daily Press Publishing Co. announced  that it would print its final edition. But, 24 hours later, it was still printing under new, local ownership. It was then-general manager Nickolas Siebel (now publisher) who quickly reached out to local civic leaders for help in putting together a loan to allow him to keep this hometown paper alive. more
Printing 300,000+ dailies, 160,000+ weeklies and 180,000+ shoppers, Trib Total Media (TTM) still has a strong commitment to print along with a full-service agency as well. And even in a COVID-19 impacted marketplace, TTM achieved close to 90 percent of last year’s revenue.  more
The Webster-Kirkwood (MO) Times is back in print following their shutdown in March due to Covid-19. The comeback is due to donations from loyal readers and the focus and energy of managers who worked with the local business community to craft a deal to keep this paper printing! E&P goes one-on-one with two of the Webster-Kirkwood (MO) Times’ manager/owners. more
Industry sales guru Ryan Dohrn is a globally recognized media revenue consultant. In this segment of E&P Reports, E&P publisher Mike Blinder, who also has a sales consulting background, goes one-on-one with Dohrn to discuss what tactics he would recommend to any media sales rep in order to prosper and win in 2021. more
A recent study conducted by The Whitman Insight Strategies Initiative and Creative Circle Media Solutions takes a deep dive into how a global pandemic has affected the actual feelings and emotions of local media consumers. One of the key takeaways revealed  from "The Covid-19 Societal Impact Study" is that even though half of those polled say that they lack confidence in news media, those perceptions do not extend to local community media, where those same viewers and readers state they have a much higher trust. Moreover, when asked where they go for essential information about COVID-19, local news scored much higher than cable news and social media channels. more
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