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RJI sends Potter Digital Ambassadors to enhance digital efforts at community newsrooms all over Missouri

Over the course of one week in early January, the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute once again sent students to community newsrooms all over Missouri as part of the Potter Digital Ambassadors Program. more

New Illinois bills propose incentives to fund news organizations, repopulate newsrooms

The ailing local news industry in Illinois would receive compensation from Big Tech companies and benefit from state tax incentives and a new journalism scholarship program under sweeping legislation introduced in the General Assembly this month. more

News/Media Alliance applauds Illinois Senator Steve Stadelman for introducing Journalism Preservation Act

The News/Media Alliance applauds Illinois Senator Steve Stadelman (D-Rockford) for recently introducing the Journalism Preservation Act (SB 3591) in the Illinois Senate, which would require Big Tech platforms such as Meta and Google to pay news publishers a “journalism usage fee” to use local news content. more

More than 100 New York State newspapers form coalition to advocate for local journalism

Today, a statewide group of local news organizations, comprising over 100 local newspapers in New York, launched The Empire State Local News Coalition, a joint advocacy effort to advance a legislative package that would deliver long-term sustainability to the sector.  more

Building high-performance sales teams takes center stage at the Mega-Conference

Learn the art of assembling and nurturing high-performance sales teams in today's dynamic media environment. From recruitment to training, from motivation to retention, the Mega-Conference sales track will provide invaluable insights and actionable practices to empower your team members and maximize their potential. Check out some of the informative, fast-paced session topics here: http://www.mega-conference.com more

Press Forward’s new director, plus a newspaper hero

Dale R. Anglin just became one of the most sought-after people in the local news industry. Press Forward, the $500 million philanthropic program to support local journalism, on Tuesday named Anglin its inaugural director. She is currently vice president for proactive grantmaking at the Cleveland Foundation. more

America's Newspapers welcomes new member: NERUS Strategies

Learn about the innovative approach NERUS Strategies is taking to generating new revenue streams for newspapers. more

8 facts about Black Americans and the news

Here are some key facts about Black Americans’ experiences with and attitudes toward the news, based on recent Pew Research Center surveys. more

Publication Printers Corp. celebrates 45th anniversary

Over the past 45 years, its values have propelled Publication Printers Corporation from a small business consisting of just a handful of customers to an award-winning national corporation serving clients across the country. more

Frequence launches new features for local-market political advertisers in advance of 2024 elections

In advance of the 2024 election season, Frequence is offering new features specifically geared for local-market political advertisers. Learn about those features and how they'll benefit political advertisers (and, in turn, the media companies that work with them). more

South Dakota legislature expands definition of ‘legal newspaper’

February 14, 2024 - A new bill signed by Governor Kristi Noem on Feb. 12 will redefine the term “legal newspaper” in South Dakota. more

Legacy’s consumer direct placement delivers 110k obits and $52M in revenue to newspapers

To celebrate, we’re offering free marketing resources that will boost your obituary revenue and plug editorial gaps. more

Stacker Connect has generated over 10,000 syndicated pickups for nonprofit newsrooms

The stories Stacker syndicates from nonprofit newsrooms fall in line with the rest of the Stacker Newswire: high-quality, newsworthy content. more

Combating abusive AI-generated content: a comprehensive approach

February 14, 2024 - Each day, millions of people use powerful generative AI tools to supercharge their creative expression. In so many ways, AI will create exciting opportunities for all of us to bring new ideas to life. But, as these new tools come to market from Microsoft and across the tech sector, we must take new steps to ensure these new technologies are resistant to abuse. more

ProImage's NewsWayX transforms Fairbanks Daily News-Miner's production with state-of-the-art cloud workflow

ProImage, an innovator in newspaper production technology, proudly announces the successful implementation of NewsWayX at the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner. This cutting-edge, cloud-based software has improved the newspaper's workflow, marking a significant transition from their previous Agfa/ECO3 Arkitex system. more

Content automation workshop with Advance Local

United Robots will be hosting a workshop during INMA's upcoming Media Subscriptions Summit (February 28–March 1) in New York City, headlining our U.S. publisher partner, Advance Local. more

MarfeelCast: Understanding your traffic

No longer will you wonder whether a sudden spike or drop in traffic is unique to your site or a result of a global shift affecting many publishers. With MarfeelCast, you can analyze and gain a clear understanding of the external factors influencing your traffic acquisition. more

Kurt Jackson announces new start-up: SN1

Kurt Jackson, owner of long-time publishing systems supplier Software Consulting Services, LLC (SCS), announced the creation of a new start-up — SN1, LLC. SN1 will specialize in data visualization. more

Unlock the potential of former subscribers: A blueprint for win-back success

There's a group of loyal readers you may be missing out on. Whether the subscription expired or was canceled, these former subscribers stay logged in and active on your site. And this very small, highly targeted slice of your audience is ripe for win-back offers. more

Tips for shifting gun violence reporting toward a public health lens

While much news coverage of firearm violence is reported through the lens of crime and politics, experts say this framing overemphasizes mass shootings and fails communities seeking solutions to gun violence. On Feb. 9, experts shared their advice on how to shift story framing to one that emphasizes solutions, prevention methods and data.   more
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