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Former Tribune-Herald Publisher Dan Savage was community builder, 'man of action'

Dan Savage, who twice served as publisher of the Waco (Texas) Tribune-Herald and also raised longhorn cattle, died early Wednesday at his home following a 15-year battle with cancer. He was 71. more

Newspaper’s move back to downtown planned before end of year

The Kentucky New Era is moving back downtown next week, into a newly renovated space that is just around the corner from where it was originally established in 1869. more

Los Angeles Times names senior editor for enterprise

Mitchell Landsberg, who has led the Los Angeles Times' Foreign/National staff, will become a senior editor for enterprise in January, helping guide ambitious journalism across the newsroom. more

Kim Bates named managing editor at The Blade

Kim Bates, assistant managing editor of The Blade in Toledo, Ohio, has been promoted to managing editor, succeeding Dave Murray who is retiring. more

Here's what you missed on our Facebook page the last few days

The SNPA and Inland Facebook pages will disappear at the end of January. All new postings are taking place on our new Facebook page. Check out the stories you missed the last few days there and start following our new America's Newspapers page. more

CNHI names new publisher of Press-Republican

John Celestino, a veteran newspaper executive, has been appointed publisher of The Press-Republican in Plattsburgh, New York. more

A 2020 Resolution: Tell the story of your newspaper's value to your community

Newspapers tell stories about their communities. In 2020, let’s tell our communities our story. During a session at the Feb. 17-19 Mega-Conference, we'll focus on how newspapers improve the civic life of citizens every day. more

Newspaper's Harrison readers to be converted to digital

Walter Hussman has been working for about a year to convert subscribers to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette in the 63 counties outside Northwest Arkansas to a digital edition, plus Sunday print edition. Last week, WEHCO Media began testing its offer of a free iPad to the first group of subscribers in its main 12-county circulation area. more

Lauren Gustus named director of Community Funding Initiatives

McClatchy's West Region Editor, Lauren Gustus, will lead a new company-wide effort as director of community funding initiatives. In this expanded role, Gustus will be responsible for building community support for important local journalism initiatives through grants, contributions from philanthropic organizations and individuals, and partnerships with local stakeholders and readers.  more

TownNews preps iQ Audience+, a sophisticated, data-driven solution for audience monetization and growth

iQ Audience+ from TownNews is designed to give media organizations of all sizes powerful new tools to lift their subscription rolls and preserve programmatic ad revenue, while boosting audience engagement. more

Leisa Richardson joins the SJ-R as its new executive editor

Leisa Richardson has joined The State Journal-Register in Springfield, Illinois, as executive editor. more

Texas Tribune is creating its first-ever local news revenue and training lab

The Texas Tribune has announced a $4 million, three-year effort to identify sustainability strategies for the newspaper industry. The RevLab will experiment with innovative ways to fund journalism, model best practices, and mentor dozens of would-be peers. more

Watchdog: 2019 a 'very good year' for public notice

This year was a “very good year” for public notice with virtually no erosion in government requirements for publications, according to the Public Notice Resource Center, which focuses on keeping public notice and legal ads in newspapers. more

Old is New: Tech-based companies launch print publications

Print, if done correctly and creatively, remains a powerful and unique story-telling tool directly leading to action by the reader. more

IndyStar executive editor Ronnie Ramos is stepping down

Ronnie Ramos, executive editor of The Indianapolis (Indiana) Star, has announced plans to step down to pursue new opportunities. more

TownNews announces two executive appointments

TownNews has announced that Sinead Steele has been appointed to the newly-created position of vice president of operations, and Rick Rogers has been promoted to chief revenue officer. more

Former Facebook employees are creating Cocoon, a social media network for your family

On Nov. 25, a new social network, Cocoon, was introduced on Apple’s iOS.  It is designed as a social network for your "chosen family," be that parents, siblings, extended family or close friends.  Currently it is available at no cost, but will eventually switch to paid subscriptions. more

Snyder named editor of The Daily Independent

Aaron Snyder, sports/managing editor of The Daily Independent in Ashland, Kentucky, has been promoted to editor of the newspaper. more

Print archives show past impeachments. Where will we go to find the history being made today?

Where will journalists turn for context in the next impeachment? Especially as news transitions to digital publishing, the best practices of preservation and ensuring public access are taking a back seat. That’s why researchers are working to draw attention to this issue and help marshall new resources to provide solutions. more

Keep faith in the truth, Bill Clinton says at event celebrating newspaper's 200th birthday

During the 200th birthday celebration of the Arkansas Gazette, former President Bill Clinton praised the way the Arkansas Gazette and Arkansas Democrat-Gazette have provided readers with the facts they need to know. more
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