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Supporting responsible media: New tools and solutions from Ad Fontes Media

Kevin Rehberg of Alliance for Audited Media recently co-hosted a webinar with Ad Fontes Media to share how publishers can differentiate themselves through their reliable, impartial content. AAM partners with Ad Fontes to create a media bias chart featuring AAM publishers. Here's a recap of their discussion. more

The dos and don'ts of digital transformation

Starting a digital transformation is a significant undertaking for any organization.  The ever-changing pulse that has taken over the media landscape impacts this journey. Navigating this requires a deep understanding of the so-called dos and don'ts of undergoing this transformation.  more

Kodak launches Version 10.0 of PRINERGY INSITE Portals

With version 10.0, Kodak has upgraded the KODAK PRINERGY INSITE Prepress Portal (IPP) and the KODAK PRINERGY INSITE Creative Workflow (ICW) with multiple new enhancements. more

Black Hills Pioneer, of Seaton Publishing, switches to NewsXtreme Cloud

Presteligence, partnered with Kodak, welcomes Black Hills Pioneer as the newest customer of NewsXtreme Cloud. This collaboration underscores Presteligence's dedication to empowering publishers with cutting-edge solutions tailored to meet their evolving needs. more

Franklin News Foundation revamps for enhanced user experience

Franklin News Foundation, a leading nonprofit news media organization, has announced the relaunch of, a premier streaming platform often referred to as the “C-SPAN of Illinois.” more

Ascending the data maturity pyramid: A strategic imperative for news publishers

News publishers today face a significant challenge: transforming their business model to grow and monetize their digital audience.  However, publishers can harness the potential of their vast individual digital data sets to effectively transform their business model if they embrace a structured and methodical path. more

Unlocking growth through diversity: From reach and representation to engagement and empowerment

The Audience Diversity Academy helps publishers unlock their growth potential amongst younger and female audiences. Read the report for learnings, practical experiments and inspiration to future-proof your audience development strategy. more

House stands up new task force to tackle AI policy issues

February 21, 2024 - The bipartisan coalition of lawmakers is aimed at formalizing an ongoing congressional effort to regulate emerging artificial intelligence technology. more

AP to launch AI training program, coverage expansion with 2 new grants

February 21, 2024 - The Associated Press will expand its coverage of artificial intelligence and bring training to global newsrooms on how to cover AI across every beat with funding from the Omidyar Network and the Patrick J. McGovern Foundation. more

CCI announces new director of the School of Journalism and Media

After a national search, the School of Journalism and Media at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville will have a new director starting in July, Amy Jo Coffey, a former broadcast journalist who found her calling in higher education. more

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: 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
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