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McClatchy’s 30 newspapers probably won’t be endorsing this year

The New York Times reported yesterday that McClatchy’s 30 papers will be permitted to make a presidential endorsement only if they conduct interviews with both Joseph R. Biden Jr. and President Trump. more

Monday is deadline for Publisher of the Year nominations

Do you know a news publisher who's risen above the rest and accomplished what seems like the impossible? Someone who knows how to outmaneuver the competition and outthink the future while maintaining profitability? If you do, then help Editor & Publisher Magazine recognize that person as the 2020 Publisher of the Year! more

Cox Enterprises announces new vice president of risk management

Cox Enterprises has appointed George Markley to assume the role of vice president of risk management. In this role, Markley will take responsibility for providing the strategic vision for the company’s insurance, safety and risk controls. more

Board of directors to consider bylaws change to redefine publication members

The board of directors of America's Newspapers will be voting on a revision to the bylaws pertaining to the definition of publication members at its next meeting on Oct. 1. more

Election 2020 app aims to help newspapers generate local election revenue

Creative Circle Media Solutions has created an effective way to gather and present information about the upcoming election through an Election 2020 app. more

A unique opportunity to make an impact across a national footprint

More than 720 newspapers from across the country, totaling more than 6,000,000 in distribution, have united to contribute to a new national print advertising network launched by America’s Newspapers. This program creates a great opportunity for advertisers to reach a premium audience at an attractive CPM rate. more

Rock the Vote, Cox announce partnership

Rock the Vote and Cox Enterprises have announced a new partnership aimed at ensuring Cox employees and customers have the resources they need to register to vote, become engaged, and make sure their voices are heard in this fall’s presidential election. more

A pop-up newsroom goes digging on Facebook to share its COVID-19 news

There’s a lot of reason for hope in the news media industry, and there’s one surprising obstacle that a “pop-up” newsroom called the Missouri Information Corps hopes Facebook fixes. more

Wilkes Journal-Patriot acquired by Paxton Media Group

Paxton Media Group has purchased the Wilkes Journal-Patriot newspaper in North Wilkesboro, North Carolina, from Carter-Hubbard Publishing Co. With the sale, Dale Morefield, publisher of The Enquirer-Journal in Monroe since 2015, has taken on the additional duties of publisher of the Wilkes Journal Patriot. more

Packet/Gazette and its journalists agree to create union

Newsroom employees working at the The Island Packet and The Beaufort Gazette in South Carolina will soon form a union, it was confirmed late Thursday. more

Roanoke Times names new editor from within

Brian Kelley, a 27-year veteran of The Roanoke (Virginia) Times, will become the newspaper’s editor later this month. more

McClatchy acquired by Chatham Asset Management

McClatchy’s 30 news organizations and all of its employees have transitioned to a new private entity under Chatham ownership, completing Chatham's acquisition of McClatchy. The new company will retain The McClatchy Company name. more

Gannett appoints chief marketing and strategy officer

In his new role, Mayur Gupta will be responsible for driving Gannett's vision and strategy as the company transforms to a subscription-led content business. more

Galloping goats, biting gators and more in your local newspaper

Journalists tell the stories that are fun to read, but even more importantly, the ones we need to know. America needs journalists! more

Regional publisher named for three Boone newspapers in Alabama

Robert Blankenship has been named the regional publisher of the Andalusia (Alabama) Star-News, Brewton Standard and Atmore Advance and all affiliated print and digital products. more

Daily Messenger building for sale

The two-story building that has housed the operations of the Daily Messenger in Canandaigua, New York, for two decades, is for sale but the newspaper is not going anywhere. more

Myrtle Beach Sun News names new senior editor/general manager

Justin M. Madden has been named senior editor / general manager of the Myrtle Beach (South Carolina) Sun News. more

New publisher appointed for Kentucky newspapers

Kevin Smith is the new publisher of The Advocate-Messenger in Danville, Kentucky, and The Winchester Sun. more

The Sumter Item seeks to elevate voices through Community Conversations

The Sumter (South Carolina) Item premiered the first installment of Community Conversations last Friday on Facebook Watch with a conversation among six Sumterites sharing their thoughts on what it means to be Black in Sumter and in America. The video is posted on The Sumter Item's Facebook page and website for anyone to view. more

RJI invites local news challenge partnerships

What are you struggling with? What is a constant hurdle for your newsroom or journalists? What problem being solved would make your daily work easier? more
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