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Palestine Herald-Press names new editor

PennyLynn Webb has been named editor of the Palestine (Texas) Herald-Press, according to Publisher Jake Mienk. more

Making news deserts bloom again

The Daily Memphian in Tennessee and McClatchy's Compass Experiment are two approaches to serving "news deserts" — and there are lessons to be learned from them. At the Mega-Conference, Eric Barnes and Mandy Jenkins will discuss the challenges and opportunities in starting a local news site. more

Mega-Conference to feature interactive sales transformation workshop

A two-part interactive sales transformation workshop at the Mega-Conference will dive into the key drivers it takes to achieve a transformed sales model and focus on specific steps sales managers can take to motivate, evaluate and retain their best salespeople. And, there's a special "bring the team" discount with a half-price offer to make it easy for publishers to bring their sales managers with them. In addition, a reduced rate of $445 is available to attendees from news media organizations that are privately owned with five or fewer employees. more

NLRB announces big changes to Quickie Election Rule

The National Labor Relations Board is modifying certain deadlines and timeframes for resolving particular disputes under the "Quickie Election Rule." Attorney Mike Zinser says these changes will restore the First Amendment rights of employers to communicate both sides of the issues before union elections. more

20 for ’20: Revenue ideas that are working right now

Want some new ideas for revenue in 2020? Then the closing session at this year's Mega-Conference is for you. more

How The Post and Courier covered a deadly explosion of prison violence

On April 15, 2018, fighting broke out at a rural South Carolina prison, becoming the deadliest explosion of U.S. prison violence in 25 years. Officials have said little publicly about what happened. Read The Post and Courier's story of that night ... and how its staff in Charleston reported the project. more

Join us in welcoming CEO Dean Ridings!

Dean Ridings joined America's Newspapers Nov. 11 as chief executive officer. more

Nelson promoted to general manager in Ada, Oklahoma

As The Ada News seeks to expand its audience through both print and digital platforms, it will be led by Maurisa Nelson, who has been named general manager. more

America's Newspapers names new CEO

America’s Newspapers, the newly launched and largest newspaper association of its kind, announced Dean Ridings will be its chief executive officer, effective Nov. 11. more

Discussion groups offer opportunity for sharing among Mega-Conference attendees

Seven roundtable discussion groups will give Mega-Conference attendees the opportunity to exchange ideas and share their best practices on the closing day of the conference. more
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