The Latest "E&P Reports" Vodcasts with Mike Blinder

MIKE BLINDER is the Publisher of  Editor & Publisher Magazine (E&P) and CEO (Chief Evangelist Officer) of its parent company, The Curated Experiences Group. E&P has served as the authoritative voice of the news publishing industry for over 140-years. He is also the author of “Survival Selling," a popular (media-based) B2B (business-to-business) sales guide.

Mike has been in love with media his entire life. In high school, he worked part-time as an intern at WPEN radio in Philadelphia and at Radio Shack, where he sold the 1st generation of home computers.

While attending George Washington University, he held a full-time job as a DC Deejay, becoming a station manager within five years. From radio, Mike moved to TV and eventually print, starting one of the 1st digital newspapers in the United States where the Newspaper Association of America nominated him as a "Digital Pioneer." Before taking over E&P Magazine, Mike spent 20 years as founding manager of one of the world's most respected media consulting firms, The Blinder Group. In addition, Mike personally trained over 10,000 media sales teams to adapt to digital revenue concepts and solutions. Mike was best known for his SMB (small/ medium-sized business) marketing training sessions throughout those years. He brought his life-long learning and love of media together in entertaining and engaging classes to cities and towns worldwide. Over 100,000 business leaders have attended his sessions on using all forms of media more effectively to guarantee maximum results.

Mike has won numerous media awards, is past president and board member for several media/marketing associations and has been a sought-after speaker at conferences worldwide. He lives in Tampa Bay, Florida, with his wife and business partner, Robin and daughter, Haven.

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American Journalism Project makes good on a promise to fund nonprofit local news

In the past 30 days, the American Journalism Project (AJP) awarded a grant of $1.6 million to Block Club Chicago and contributed to the $20 million in seed money to a new, nonprofit, Houston-based local news outlet. E&P Reports takes an in-depth look at the AJP’s mission of “empowering communities, preserving democracy and rebuilding local news” and how one organization hopes to “supercharge” operations with this recent funding.

Auto ad dollars are up for grabs, per Borrell's latest study

In this 119th episode of E&P Reports, Jim Brown of Borrell Associates reveals the findings of their newly released Auto Advertising Outlook study that shows a major shift (and 11% increase for newspapers) in ad spending. Offering insight are long-time auto industry veteran and JDA media’s SVP Pat Norris & E&P's "Ad Sales Life" contributor Richard E. Brown.
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In this 118th episode of E&P Reports, Publisher Mike Blinder is joined by Roxanne Cooper, executive editor and publisher at Raw Story and two of the journalists who shared their reporting experiences on the January 6th attack — Jordan Green, staff reporter at Raw Story, and Christopher Jones, a former U.S. Marine turned Report for America journalist who now reports for the GroundTruth Project, 100 Days in Appalachia and the 2021 recipient of the Edward R. Murrow Award for hard news reporting.
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Digital news publisher integrates news and the social media experience

In this 117th episode of "E&P Reports" Publisher Mike Blinder speaks with 6AM City CEO Ryan Johnston about the growth of this local news "disruptor" that now publishes newsletters 5 days-a-week in 24 U.S. cities. 
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As live conferences return and industry moguls get a chance to mingle again, there is no question that Borrell Miami on March 6-8th at the Miami Hilton will once again be a "who's who" of C-suite executives from all sectors of media. In this 116th episode of E&P Reports, Publisher Mike Blinder welcomes Gordon Borrell, CEO of Borrell Associates, who offers a preview of what to expect at Borrell Miami 2022.
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U.S. publishers take on the Big Tech platforms, accusing them of monopolistic advertising practices and unfair copyright violations

The case spearheaded by HD Media now has approximately 30 co-plaintiffs, representing more than 200 newspaper titles across North America. David Chavern, President / CEO of the News Media Alliance and Lee Wolverton, VP News/ Executive Editor at HD Media chat with E&P's Contributing Editor Gretchen Peck and Publisher Mike Blinder about the latest developments in the class action lawsuit naming both Google and Facebook as defendants and why more publishers are needed now, to participate.
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Exploring the life of a small town online-only news publisher

In this 114th episode of “E&P Reports,” Publisher Mike Blinder goes one-on-one with industry veteran and founding board member of Local Independent Online News Publishers (LION), Howard Owens about his 14 years as a local online-only news publisher and his feelings on the future of the industry as a whole.
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Asked to sign a pledge in support of Israel, one publisher took a stand

In this 113th episode of “E&P Reports, Alan Leveritt publisher of the Arkansas Times and ACLU Senior Staff Attorney Brian Hauss talk about a two year battle, that has gained international prominence, between the Times and the state of Arkansas, on the newspapers’ refusal to sign a pledge to support Israel in order to continue receiving advertising dollars from the state university. Also, on the program appears award winning film producer Julia Bacha, who has just completed a documentary on the impact of state legislation designed to penalize individuals and companies that choose to boycott Israel due to its human rights record.
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What the heck does it mean?

On this 112th episode of E&P Reports, Host Mike Blinder speaks with Gordon Borrell, founder and principal of Borrell Associates; Rick Edmonds, media business analyst for Poynter Institute; Steven Waldman, president and co-founder of Report for America; and Gretchen A. Peck, contributing editor at E&P, about Alden Global Capital’s offer to buy Lee Enterprises. They talk about the offer, the timing, the oncoming culture clash if the deal goes through, the possibility of pleading an anti-trust case, and so much more.
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In this 111th episode of “E&P Reports,” Publisher Mike Blinder goes one-on-one with TV ad sales expert Jim Doyle to learn more about his new book: “Selling with a Servant Heart” and how any salesperson, sales manager or media company as a whole can benefit from adopting this approach to advertising sales.
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On this 110th episode of E&P Reports, Publisher and Host Mike Blinder sat down with the National Newspapers Association’s (NNA) chair, Brett Wesner, and E&P contributing editor Gretchen Peck to talk about the urgency for advocacy for the Local Journalism Sustainability Act (LJSA).
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In this 109th episode of "E&P Reports," Publisher Mike Blinder goes one-on-one with Adam Darsky to learn about his leap from major market, network news TV producer to head of content for over 90 hyper-local, online only news Websites.
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In this 108th episode of "E&P Reports," Publisher Mike Blinder explores Native American news publishing and its challenges in providing free and unfettered news to the indigenous American populations it serves.
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Live from the America's Newspapers' Senior Leadership Conference

In this 107th episode of “E&P Reports,” Publisher Mike Blinder moderates, live from America's Newspaper's Senior Leadership Conference, a panel of industry executives that includes Heidi Wright, COO and Publisher, EO Media Group; Tim Prince, Senior Vice President, Boone Newspapers, Inc; PJ Browning, President and Publisher, The Post and Courier and John Rung, President and CEO, Shaw Media who address some important predictions on what the future holds for news publishers.
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In this 106th episode of "E&P Reports," Publisher Mike Blinder interviews CherryRoad's CEO Jeremy Gulban about why his technology company is "all-in" with newspaper ownership and his plans for managing their 27 local publications. And does his future include more growth in the news publishing industry? Also appearing in this episode is Sara April, from Dirks, Van Essen & April, who talks about the recent sale and offers her perspective on the current mergers & acquisition landscape for both buyers and sellers.
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In this 105th Episode of “E&P Reports,” Publisher Mike Blinder explores Raw Story’s editorial mission and today’s news media ecosystem as a whole, with their Publisher, Roxanne Cooper, staff reporter Jordan Green and contributor David Cay Johnston.
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In this 104th episode of “E&P Reports,” publisher Mike Blinder speaks with Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) immediate past president and opinion editor at the San Diego News and Tribune, Matt Hall along with chair of the Freedom of Information Task Force of the Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ) and editor at the Chesapeake Bay Journal, Tim Wheeler about how these two organizations (and 23 others) are working towards helping the industry gain more media access to government employees without censorship and controls.’’
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In this 103rd episode of “E&P Reports,” Publisher Mike Blinder speaks with Nick Charles, The Managing Director for Word in Black, Francis (Toni) Draper, CEO/Publisher The Baltimore/ Washington AFRO and Larry Lee, President, Publisher at The Sacramento Observer. They discuss the state of the Black-owned newspaper industry and what Word in Black is doing to support these publishers.
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In this 102nd episode of “E&P Reports,” Publisher Mike Blinder speaks with JournalList.net founder and Executive Director Scott Yates about their mission to have the Trust.txt reference document adopted and utilized by journalistic sites worldwide as a means to establish their authority as a trusted, credible, legitimate news outlet.
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In this episode of E&P reports, Publisher Mike Blinder interviews Terrence Williams, President & COO of the Keene Sentinel and Julianna Dodson, the director of Radically Rural, on how their yearly "Summit" has grown from a small-town gathering to an event attended by people from across North America. We also discuss how this year's event focuses on helping to ensure the financial health of local journalism.
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In this 100th Episode of “E&P Reports,” Publisher Mike Blinder goes one-on-one with industry veteran Henry Scott on his 8-years building a successful, profitable local news Website and what key lessons he learned others could use to mimic that success. Included on the Vodcast page is a link to download Scott's FREE 20-page report.
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Meet the new CEO at The Center for Public Integrity.

In this episode of E&P Reports, Publisher Mike Blinder speaks with Center for Public Integrity new CEO Paul Cheung and Editor-in-Chief Matt DeRienzo about the organization's near-term plans. They also discuss how Cheung's digital background may affect their methods to continue in their mission to fight inequality in America.
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In this episode of “E&P Reports,” Publisher Mike Blinder goes one-on-one with Canadian digital news disruptor Observer Media Group’s CEO and Co-Founder Farhan Mohamed about their business model, editorial focus and plans for expansion across North America.
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Meet Greg Little author of "- 30 -"

In this episode of “E&P Reports,” Publisher Mike Blinder speaks with Greg Little author of “-30- Why Small-Town American Print Journalism is Anything But Dead,” about why he wrote the book, his opinions on the future of community journalism, and what advice he would give any budding journalist who wishes to enter the industry.
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In this episode of “E&P Reports,” publisher Mike Blinder discusses the Local Journalism Sustainability Act with Alan Fisco, president of America’s Newspapers and president of The Seattle Times Company; Dean Ridings, CEO of America’s Newspapers; and Francis Wick, CEO of Wick Communications. They discuss why the next few weeks are critical for all news publishers to lobby their local representatives to support the bill.
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A collaboration of the Association of Alternative Newsmedia (AAN), the National Association of Hispanic Publications (NAHP), and the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA)

Last week, E&P Publisher Mike Blinder hosted a panel discussion about the GNI Ad Transformation Lab at the Association of Alternative Newsmedia's annual conference. This Episode of “E&P Reports” is a recording of that live panel discussion about the program’s work to help Black and Latino news publishers advance their advertising strategies and grow digital revenue.
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In this episode of "E&P Reports," Publisher Mike Blinder goes one-on-one with ING Board Member Steve Mattingly, SVP of Sales & Marketing at Southern Lithoplate, to gain insight into the future of the still vital production/operations sector of the news publishing business. Topics include how the industry consolidation will affect bottom lines and what the future looks like for print as a profitable platform for news content.
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In this episode of “E & P Reports,” Publisher Mike Blinder chats with Hearst Connecticut Media Group's senior management about their new statewide website along with what steps they took to realize such strong print and digital subscription growth over the past 2-years.
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In this episode of “E&P Reports” publisher Mike Blinder chats with media sales coach Ryan Dohrn about how ad sellers should adapt to a post-pandemic world. Dohrn offers actionable advice on how we can find, recruit, and keep sales talent. What are our best target business categories to prospect? How do we interact properly in a new Zoom world and use it to your advantage with potential and existing advertisers?
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In this episode of “E&P Reports,” publisher Mike Blinder chats with Galveston Daily News publisher Leonard Woolsey and editor Michael Smith about what it was like to report locally in a city that quickly gained worldwide prominence as the “home” of Juneteenth.
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In this segment of “E&P Reports,” publisher Mike Blinder speaks with UNC Chapel Hill Ph.D. candidate Deborah Dwyer about her research and work on compiling best practices of “unpublishing” the news. Also appearing is one of the initiative’s advisors Kathy English, chair of the Canadian Journalism Foundation.
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In this segment of “E&P Reports” Publisher Mike Blinder interviews Max Kabat Owner/Publisher of The Big Bend Sentinel on how starting a restaurant/ bar/ coffeehouse in their lobby helps fund local journalism and brings the community to them.
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In this episode of Editor & Publisher’s Vodcast: “E&P Reports,” publisher Mike Blinder checks in with Lookout Local's CEO Ken Doctor and Chief Revenue Officer Jed Williams, on how the new local news model startup Lookout Local is doing 6-months after launch.
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In this episode of “E&P Reports” learn what it was like to manage a newsroom through crises with Minneapolis Star Tribune editor and senior vice president Rene Sanchez, managing editor and vice president Suki Dardarian, and newly appointed managing editor for diversity and community Kyndell Harkness.
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In this segment of “E&P Reports,” publisher Mike Blinder chats with Zach Richner and Jeremy Mims of Arrandale Ventures about how their new venture capital firm works, and what the benefits and risks are for a media company to participate in providing ads in exchange for earning equity in start-up companies.
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In this segment of "E&P Reports," publisher Mike Blinder goes one-on-one with diplomat, journalist, political activist and author: Ambassador Raymond Alcide Joseph, on topics that range from the start of his newspaper and how he influenced change during the cruel dictatorship years in Haiti under the regime of “Papa Doc” Duvalier, to his opinions on the importance of a free press.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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John Kelly 1-on-1 with E&P's Mike Blinder

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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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. 
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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.
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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.
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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.
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In this segment of E&P Reports, Editor and Publisher's Mike Blinder interviews Coastside News Groups publisher Debra Hershon and editorial director Clay Lambert on how they were able to find investors to invest in local journalism and what it takes to build and maintain a local media company that is owned by local investors.
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Mike Blinder, publisher of Editor and Publisher Magazine, learns from Joshua Schneps, CEO and Publisher of Schneps Media, what drives this company’s success and how they continue to grow audience in the nation’s largest media market.
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John C. Tompkins left college his junior year to buy his first newspaper. Today, he is the owner of News Media Corp., which owns 65 papers serving smaller cities and towns with populations of 5,000 to 50,000.
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Vision25: "Building Racial Equity in Newsrooms” is a new initiative with a goal to be a major catalyst creating social change within journalistic institutions that help newsrooms be anti-racist and collaborative...
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Aequalitas is Latin for “equality.” But there is very little equal to today’s struggling media outlets at the growing Aequalitas Media Group, who now owns eight publications …
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The Branded Content Project today released the results of a report on content marketing in collaboration with Borrell Associates Inc., which found that, despite the effect Covid-19 had on businesses, content marketing remained relatively steady and is projected to be more of a priority in 2021. In this segment of E&P Reports, Mike Blinder speaks with Julia Campbell of the Branded Content Project and Corey Elliott of Borrell Associates about the report's findings and what local media can do to seize the opportunities of content marketing.
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"Publishing During a Pandemic" is a new free authored by Dr. Samir Husni, Director of the Magazine Innovation Center at the University of Mississippi’s School of Journalism and New Media. In this segment of E&P Reports, E&P publisher Mike Blinder goes one-on-one with Husni to gain what insights he learned through the new book as well as how he feels about the future of news publishing and the survival of printed media.
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One of the most anticipated media studies is the yearly release of the Borrell Associates’ Local Advertiser Survey where thousands of local advertisers complete more than 40 questions, yielding …
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In Memphis, Tenn., the Daily Memphian just celebrated its second anniversary. The website currently boasts more than 14,000 digital-only subscribers each paying an average of $9/month for the content …
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This one-hour roundtable is a discussion on the future of news media. Topics include: Will reader revenue ever rise to a level to fund our newsrooms; how to recruit and maintain talent in turbulent times; should local media be compensated by Facebook & Google for the content these platforms monetize; how is hedge fund consolidation affecting the industry; and what does the future hold.
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Many people were shocked last April when the Tampa Bay Times, the flagship newspaper of the Poynter Institute and the largest newspaper in Florida, made the decision to reduce its print frequency to …
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For more than a decade, media analyst Ken Doctor sat on the sidelines evaluating, commenting and even making sweeping predictions about where the news publishing industry was heading and how he felt about the factors that impacted it. But today, Ken has moved into the fray as CEO of a new startup he has been teasing the industry about called Lookout Local.
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A new 10-minute survey, supported by the Tow Center for Digital Journalism, is asking local journalists and news publishers to share their story and experiences during the challenges of 2020, as part of a project examining the health of local newspapers.
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Entry deadline August 30th

This year, Christian Hendricks, president of the Local Media Consortium, will head-up the judging for Editor and Publisher’s EPPY Awards. In this interview Hendricks urges small market digital leaders with limited resources who’ve created a platform or initiative that deserves recognition to make sure they enter the competition. 
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Contact Your Legislators to Support HR 7640

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused economic damage across virtually every sector of the news publishing industry. News deserts are being created by the end of local journalism, but HR 7640--The Local Journalism Sustainability Act may be part of the solution.
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The Cushing (Okla.) Citizen has had many owners since its first issue came off the press in 1895. Today, (along with two other nearby publications), it is in the capable hands of J. D. Meisner, who …
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Last year, the Maag-Brown family, owners of The Youngstown (Ohio) Vindicator, announced it would shut down after serving its local community for 150 years. As a result, 144 employees and 250 carriers were laid off. Hearing the news, Ogden Newspapers put together a plan to publish a daily product for Youngstown and the Mahoning County, Ohio residents from their operation 16 miles north at the Warren Tribune Chronicle.
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Called a “take back the night” movement, The Relevance Project is a coordinated promotion and marketing campaign by The Newspaper Association Managers (NAM). It's designed to reposition, …
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The Local Journalism Sustainability (LJS) Act is a bi-partisan bill that would provide tax credits to support subscriptions, advertising and journalists salaries for the news industry. Learn how you can make this happen with this E&P Reports Podcast/ Video
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The entire industry was stunned when WEHCO Media announced they were planning to stop printing their flagship statewide newspaper, The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, and only deliver it to their …
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Ryan Dohrn on E&P Reports

Ryan Dohrn is a globally recognized media revenue consultant who has helped newspapers, niche publications, broadcast stations and online publishers generate more than $500 million in new revenue. …
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Adams' aggressive plan pays off

In March 2018, the McClatchy-owned Idaho Statesman began to print their newspaper in Twin Falls, a 2.5 hour drive from the Boise market. That June, the Adams Publishing Group's (APG) Idaho Press decided to take advantage of this change by implementing an aggressive plan to expand its news coverage and distribution area by doubling down on traditional print publications and increasing local news coverage and home delivery across the entire city of Boise.
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Evening Post Publishing, parent company of the Charleston (S.C.) Post and Courier, is investing in new markets, starting with Greenville and Myrtle Beach, S.C. The newspaper will hire and station reporters and editors in both markets to cover news as it occurs--direct from the source in two markets who already have daily newspapers owned by Gannett (Greenville) and McClatchy (Myrtle Beach).
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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, …
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