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Hearst names Maria Walsh VP, head of benefits

Maria Walsh has been named vice president, head of benefits for Hearst. She joins Hearst after nearly 13 years at Nielsen. more

Newspaper transaction volume sets post-recession record

Newspaper deal activity broke through the $1.0 billion barrier for the first time since 2007, according to Dirks, Van Essen, Murray & April. In total, 154 daily newspapers changed hands in 2019 in 30 separate transactions worth $1.33 billion. more

Strengthening hyperlocal journalism with new technology and platforms

During a Tuesday afternoon presentation on the Solutions Stage at the Mega-Conference, case studies will be presented from innovative newspapers showing how local newspapers can revitalize their operations and community impact with a modernized approach to their mission. more

Branded Content: Increase your revenue, improve your margins and generate results for advertisers

There's a huge opportunity for newspapers in the Branded Content space. At the Mega-Conference, a Graham Media Group case study will be presented to illustrate massive growth — 51% in revenue, 40% in new advertisers. more

Gannett announces Q1 departure of chief financial officer

Alison K. Engel, chief financial officer, will depart Gannett at the end of the first quarter to pursue other opportunities. more

SaltWire Network chooses Brainworks' ad workflow management solution

SaltWire Network has chosen Brainworks' ad workflow management solution, Xpance, to provide standardized production workflows for print and digital advertising. 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

Libel victory for student editor seen as wider free press win

In what's being seen as a free press victory for all Massachusetts journalists and news organizations, the state’s top court dismissed a libel suit against the news editor of the UMass Boston student newspaper. The Supreme Judicial Court ruling upheld the principle that reporting on official public statements cannot be considered libelous. more

Daily Mountain Eagle unveils new front page

With the new year comes a new look to the front page of the Daily Mountain Eagle in Jasper, Alabama. The iconic vision of an eagle flying through the DME name remains to remind readers of the rich history of the paper. more

Times Union names associate publisher

Patricia Richardson has been named to the newly created position of associate publisher/vice president of strategy and revenue at the Times Union in Albany, New York. 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

Southern Newspapers names new president, chairman

Southern Newspapers Inc., the Houston-based media company that owns The Daily News and 11 other papers in Texas and Oklahoma, this week announced a major change among corporate officers. Effective with the new year, Dolph Tillotson, company president since 2014, will become chairman of the board. Daily News Publisher Leonard Woolsey will become president of the company. more

The lifetime value of retaining digital readers, advertising sales, legal issues and more: Join us at Mega!

The lifetime value of retaining digital subscribers and the strategies that work to keep those readers engaged is just one of a number of general session and breakout session topics that will be addressed at this year's Mega-Conference.  more

Cox Enterprises closes on Cox Media Group sale

Cox Enterprises has completed the sale of Cox Media Group to affiliates of Apollo Global Management, Inc. The sale includes Cox’s portfolio of television and radio stations, three Ohio newspapers, CoxReps and Gamut national advertising businesses.   more

Regional editor named for seven BH Media papers in Virginia

Caroline Glickman, who has been appointed regional editor for the seven BH Media daily newspapers in western Virginia, will be based at The Roanoke Times. She assumes the newsroom leadership role formerly held by Executive Editor Lawrence McConnell, who has retired. 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

Chattanooga Times Free Press celebrates 150 years in business

Sunday, Dec. 15, marked the 150th anniversary of the Chattanooga (Tennessee) Times Free Press — or, more specifically, one of the newspaper's predecessors, the Chattanooga Daily Times. more

Meadows named general manager of Central Missouri Newspapers

With more than 30 years of experience in the media industry, David Meadows will step in as the new general manager for Central Missouri Newspapers Inc.  more

AP appoints Texas-based news editor

Adam Kealoha Causey, The Associated Press’ administrative correspondent in Oklahoma, has been named news editor overseeing Texas, Arkansas and Oklahoma. more

Neeraj Khemlani named EVP, deputy group head of Hearst Newspapers

Neeraj Khemlani has been named executive vice president and deputy group head of Hearst Newspapers. The announcement was made by Hearst President and CEO Steven R. Swartz and Hearst Newspapers President Jeff Johnson. more
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