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More than 300 print and digital publications serve the federally recognized Indigenous nations in the United States. Most of the tribal news organizations — an estimated 72% of newspapers, news sites and radio stations — are owned or funded to some degree by tribal governments. That gives those governments unusual control over local news media.
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.
Newspapers have many opportunities to deliver an audience to political advertising campaigns. First, however, they need a better understanding of how the mechanics of political ad spending work, which types of campaigns will benefit from newspaper advertising and how to study demographic insights in context.
It appears the United States Postal Service (USPS) is jumping on the bandwagon, adding one more financial and operational burden to newspapers nationwide. Effective Aug. 29, the Postal Regulatory Commission approved raising rates for newspapers to 9%. The National Newspaper Association (NNA) and News Media Alliance pushed back on these increases.
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The decision came after days of growing international pressure on the government to allow the journalist to attend the ceremony in Norway.
The walkout comes after nearly two years of contract negotiations.
Lee Enterprises, Incorporated announced that the notice submitted by Alden Global Capital, LLC, which purported to nominate three candidates to stand for election to Lee’s board of directors at the company’s 2022 Annual Meeting, is invalid.
"Social media platforms have a First Amendment right to moderate," wrote the judge.
This digital media role supports NPR's strong team of full stack, front-end, mobile, dev ops, test automation and QA staff, and plays a leading role in defining and communicating an architectural vision for the next generation of technical and infrastructural systems.
Logan Molen, publisher of the Steamboat Pilot & Today (Steamboat Springs, Colorado), will retire in December after a 40-year career in the daily news industry.
New global head of partnerships will help lead Mather’s plan to expand into new markets and grow service offerings.
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Each year, Editor & Publisher recognizes the next generation of news publishing leaders as we look for young, bright, and capable people who can tackle whatever the changing climate throws at them. We are then  honored to  feature them in our February issue and on all of our multimedia publishing platforms.
Bay Area News Group, a subsidiary of MediaNews Group, is seeking a Digital Product andSales Director to join the team! The Digital Product and Sales Director designs and executes the sales plan for the department in coordination with senior management and has ultimate accountability for the sales team which drives our success. The ideal candidate will have strong interpersonal skills, a collaborative spirit, and demonstrates strong leadership qualities that inspire and motivate the sales team.
This Webinar featured how two news publishing companies cut their marketing spend while still growing needed audience and reader revenue. Attendees gained actionable, take to market, proven solutions that can be implemented by any size media company to grow needed subscription revenue.
HINSDALE, MA. & CLIFTON PARK, N.Y. (November 15, 2021) – Wallit, a state-of-the-art software firm based in Milwaukee, which provides paywall services to dozens of publishers throughout the United States, has sold a majority stake to MvWd Enterprises, a media group based in the Berkshires (western Massachusetts) and New York's Capital Region. MvWd Enterprises is headed by Warren Dews, Jr. and Mark Vinciguerra.
VoicePort, LLC, a leading customer self-service automation software provider serving the newspaper and subscription industry, acquired Innovative Systems Design Inc. (ISD Chatterbox), effective Nov. 1.
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