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The Financial Times understands what it’s like to be a digital leader. It launched its first paywall in 2002 and over the last decade, the paper has focused on a “north star” metric based on reader engagement. In April 2019, the FT reached 1 … more
The 2nd Google NorthAmerican Innovation Challenge is now open for submissions focusing on projects that showcase diversification, equity and inclusion in journalism. “Googler” LaToya Drake, Global Outreach Lead for the Google News Initiative, … more
In 2018, Paxton Media Group acquired the Kentucky New Era and four smaller newspapers (Dawson Springs Progress, Princeton Times Leader, Providence Journal-Enterprise and Oak Grove Eagle Post). Since then, the New Era has experienced big changes like … more
Peter Newton was a huge part of GateHouse Media’s expansion into the digital service sector with the launch of their Propel and ThriveHive initiatives. But Newton was a big part of driving the entire industry into selling more than just … more
Joey Young purchased his first newspaper at the age of 27. Seven years later, his company, Kansas Publishing Ventures, owns six award-winning community publications with more than 30 employees that is growing audience and revenue against some big … more
ProPublica has become a leader in the industry when it comes to collaboration between newsrooms. Rachel Glickhouse, who managed ProPublica's three-year Documentating Hate project, talks to Editor & Publisher about getting newsrooms to work … more
Allison Altobelli Goes 1-on-1 with E&P’s Managing Editor Evelyn Mateos Since 2005, Community Impact Newspaper (CIN) has expanded into Texas, Arizona and Tennessee. This year, they're launching in the Atlanta metro region with the help of … more
Ten years ago, Ken Doctor wrote "Newsonomics," a groundbreaking book that changed the way many approached news publishing in the last decade. Now, Ken is incubating a new business model for the newsrooms of the 2020s called Lookout. He does not tell … more
Profitable online only news sites are possible and thriving. Mike Blinder is 1 on 1 with Mike Shapiro, Publisher and CEO of the TapInto Network. 12 years ago Mike Shapiro left his lucrative position at a NYC law firm to work out of his house to … more
Today, Clay Jones, self-syndicated editorial cartoonist, talks to E&P Reports host Bob Andelman about a biting new collection of his work, Tales From the Trumpster Fire: A Cartoon Anthology. Jones’ work is distributed to newspapers and news … more
Today, Zack Baddorf, cofounder and executive director for Military Veterans in Journalism—a nonprofit association that advocates for veterans in the newsroom—talks to Editor & Publisher managing editor Evelyn Mateos. Baddorf shares what the … more
Today, Dean Ridings, the new CEO of America's Newspapers – an organization that resulted from the combination of the Inland Press Association and the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association – talks to Editor & Publisher editor-in-chief Nu … more
In our featured “E&P Reports” interview this week, Jason Kolnos, Digital Assignment Editor with the Cape Cod Times, talks to E&P editor-in-chief Nu Yang. Kolnos, the 2019 EPPY Award winner for Best News or Event Feature under 1 million … more
In our featured “E&P Reports” interview this week, Dennis Draughon talks to E&P contributing writer Rob Tornoe about what it means to be a political cartoonist … for Capitol Broadcasting/WRAL. Draughon, incidentally, is the 2019 EPPY … more
This week, “E&P Reports,” the official podcast of Editor & Publisher Magazine, features an interview with E&P editor-in-chief Nu Yang and 2019 E&P Publisher of the Year P.J. Browning of the Post and Courier, where they discuss … more
This week, on “E&P Reports,” Editor & Publisher Magazine editor-in-chief Nu Yang talks with journalists from The Greenville News, winners of the 2019 EPPY Award for Best Community Service on a Media-Affiliated Website. Investigative … more
This week, “E&P Reports,” the official podcast of Editor & Publisher Magazine, features an interview with E&P editor-in-chief Nu Yang and McClatchy executive producer of audio Davin Coburn about the Charlotte Observer’s recent EPPY … more
This week, we feature an interview with Arizona State University journalism professor Julia Wallace, co-author (with ASU’s Kristin Gilger) of “There’s No Crying in Newsrooms: What Women Have Learned About What It Takes to Lead.” The … more
This week, Editor & Publisher Magazine’s official weekly podcast, “E&P Reports,” features two exclusive interviews conducted by managing editor Evelyn Mateos: 1) Nick Johnson, McClatchy head of advertising, and 2) Janet DeGeorge of … more
Digital publishing columnist Rob Tornoe speaking with News Media Alliance president and CEO David Chavern as they break down for publishers the “Journalism Competition and Preservation Act,” otherwise known as the Safe Harbor bill. Be sure to … more
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