In an opinion column published this week, Rob Williams, contributing editor with MediaPost, writes that the U.S. Supreme Court should repeal the newspaper-broadcast ownership ban, saying "the prohibition on cross-ownership was intended to prevent a single news source from dominating a community, but has become outdated with the rise of digital media."
2020 was a year full of events that no one could have predicted. The Alliance for Audited Media asked leaders from across different media associations — including Dean Ridings of America's Newspapers — to share their thoughts on what the future holds, including how COVID-19 will continue to impact businesses, what we should look forward to in 2021 and what word businesses should use for guidance in the new year.
A spokesperson for U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers said she invited The Spokesman-Review editor as her guest at the inauguration so someone local could witness the historic event.
Adding Second Street to Upland’s product portfolio will provide Upland’s customers the power to build promotions and email campaigns that grow revenue, customer databases and consumer engagement.
Under the "I Support" campaign, newspapers published by Voice Media Group are generating important revenue by asking readers to contribute to the cause, either by making recurring annual or monthly contributions or making one-time donations.
Yesterday, the Las Vegas Review-Journal introduced "7@7," a weekday, multiplatform video news program that's designed with busy audiences in mind.
While tourism brands spent much of 2020 sharing messages like “now is not the time to travel” and “we’ll see you once it’s safe,” other industries began thriving during the pandemic. The industries Lineup Systems explores in this article are likely here to stay, because our personal and professional lives have been permanently altered by the public health crisis. This means media organizations must learn how to create offerings that appeal to these brands to drive digital advertising revenue over the long term.
AP photographer Nick Ut, who retired in 2017 after a 51-year career with The Associated Press, received the National Medal of Arts Jan. 13 at the White House. He is the first journalist to receive the National Medal of Arts, the highest award given to artists and arts patrons by the federal government.
The Joseph L. Brechner Freedom of Information Award recognizes outstanding news coverage that promotes transparent, accountable government. Applications are due by Feb. 26 and there is no fee to enter.
So what are the newspaper participants learning from the Google News Initiative Subscriptions Lab? Hint: Something about themselves.
The advocacy interests of America's Newspapers falls right in line with the first topic addressed at the Inaugural Meeting of America's Newspapers. The News Media Alliance's Danielle Coffey talked about frustrations she encounters when lobbying on Capitol Hill and the latest in the newspaper industry's campaign to get a fair revenue arrangement with the digital giants.
Email is a daily part of millions of American's daily lives. So why aren't newspapers taking advantage of this amazing revenue generating opportunity? News-Press & Gazette Company's Kristen Frey and Observer Media Group's Emily Walsh talked about the insights they've gained from experimenting with email marketing.
What do backyard poultry, goats and beekeeping have in common? All are niche interests that have been scaled into reliable revenue generators.
Many advertisers find the process they must go through to place public notices to be frustrating, Legislators what to change the law to move legal notices out of newspapers (and onto state and local websites) and publishers are doing their best to make the process work. Where's it all heading and what will be key to hanging onto public notices?