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Basic design and file prep tips to help ensure success with your print projects

Commercial printing is a science, with multiple variables that affect the outcome of the project. As a designer, how you prep and supply your files to the printer will determine the outcome of your final project. Of course, no two projects are the same, but there are some common things to keep in mind along the way. more

Presteligence quickly implements NewsXtreme Cloud for Womack Publishing Company

Presteligence, an industry leading software developer and innovator, announces Womack Publishing Company has chosen NewsXtreme Cloud to manage its prepress production workflow. more

Why implementing a cloud-based solution is critical for contact centers

To better reach more than 65 million monthly readers quickly and efficiently, McClatchy turned to TCN’s cloud-based contact center platform. Soon after implementing TCN’s platform, McClatchy quickly saw the outcome reflected in increased subscribers and improved retention efforts. more

The impact inaccurate website data has on publishers’ businesses

Of the millions of sites on the internet, how many real people are publishers reaching? According to a recent report, robotic or invalid traffic (IVT) makes up approximately 40% of all web traffic. Material amounts of invalid traffic mean the data collected about what articles visitors read or the pages they visit might not be accurate. more

2022 subscription trends: Top 7 trends for publishers to watch

Subscriptions, in all forms, are here to stay. Our white paper dives into the Top 7 subscription trends we’re seeing for the industry, and we’ll guide you through them, and advise on your next steps to take. more

CitySpark private label ticketing drives revenue for publishers

There are a number of reasons for a publisher to offer their own in-house ticketing option. At the top of the list: Generate a new revenue stream, with significant upside potential (from in-house events, large local and regional events, and small-to-mid-sized venues). more

Rockell Brown Burton joins the Newhouse School as associate dean of inclusivity, diversity, equity and accessibility

Rockell Brown Burton, an experienced academic leader and accomplished researcher with a passion for cultivating impactful, mutually beneficial relationships, has been named associate dean of inclusivity, diversity, equity and accessibility at the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. more

Local newspaper subscriptions now available for check out at Tusayan Library

A new program to check out subscriptions for Williams-Grand Canyon News in Arizona is now being offered at Tusayan Town Hall through the Tusayan Library. more

ABC tries something brave: Drama with journalist as hero

ABC is bringing actress Hilary Swank and the writer of the 2015 Oscar-winning film “Spotlight” together for a new drama about a journalist working in Alaska. more

Ron Martin, former AJC editor and a top USA Today editor, dies at 84

Ron Martin, a former longtime editor of the Atlanta Journal and Atlanta Constitution who oversaw the merger of those newspapers after he edited USA Today, died Saturday, May 14, according to his family. more

Congress must act to preserve the future of local journalism

There is strong support among the American public for lawmakers to take action and preserve the future of local journalism. The Journalism Competition and Preservation Act (JCPA) would do just that, allowing local news outlets to come together to negotiate the terms for how their content is accessed online. more

Google warns Ottawa’s Online News Act would ‘break’ its search engine

Google is ramping up its opposition to the federal government’s Online News Act, warning the proposed new law would “break” its popular search engine. more

Musk: Doubt about spam accounts could scuttle Twitter deal

Tesla CEO Elon Musk says his deal to buy Twitter can’t move forward unless the company shows public proof that less than 5% of the accounts on the social media platform are fake or spam. more

Gov. Whitmer signs bills requiring Michigan papers to post public notices online, free to readers

May 17, 2022 - Michigan newspapers need to post notices of public meetings or other similar announcements online in a manner that is free for everyone, according to a pair of bills Gov. Gretchen Whitmer recently signed into law. more

Why we must confront the racism and neglect of our own news pages

To coincide with the 80th anniversary of the removal of Japanese Americans from Bainbridge Island during World War II, The Seattle Times published its first “A1 Revisited” project in late March. As part of the package, Seattle Times Executive Editor Michele Matassa Flores wrote a column to apologize for the paper's inaccurate and incomplete coverage of the Japanese American incarceration. more

Tech firms ask U.S. Supreme Court to block Texas social media law

Lobbying groups representing Facebook(FB.O), Twitter(TWTR.N), Google (GOOGL.O) and other tech companies filed an emergency request with the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday, seeking to block a Texas law that prohibits large social media platforms from banning users based on their political views. more

How to address journalism’s funding crisis

A new UNESCO policy brief led by ICFJ calls for urgent action to address the news media viability crisis. more

Independent probe points to Israeli fire in journalist death

As Israel and the Palestinians wrangle over the investigation into the killing of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, several independent groups have launched their own probes. One open-source research team said its initial findings lent support to Palestinian witnesses who said she was killed by Israeli fire. more

Support for more regulation of tech companies has declined in U.S., especially among Republicans

A declining share of Americans favor more government regulation of major technology companies, according to a new Pew Research Center survey. Still, a plurality of U.S. adults favor greater regulation of these companies, and a large majority believe it is at least somewhat likely that social media sites censor political viewpoints they find objectionable. more

Dallas Morning News parent company elevates Grant Moise to CEO, Katy Murray to president

Robert W. Decherd will move into an executive chairman role until his retirement to the board next year. more
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