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Ogden Newspapers selects Presteligence's My News 360 for editorial

Presteligence has announced that Ogden Newspapers will roll out the full suite of My News 360 services to three Ohio newspapers in Tiffin, Sandusky and Norwalk. more

North Dakota Group sold to family-owned group

After 43 years as owners of the Ransom County Gazette in Lisbon, North Dakota, Sean and Cheryl Kelly announced on Nov. 1 that they have sold the publication to NorDak Publishing, LLC. more

Connecting your child to community: Subscribe to a newspaper!

When you read a newspaper in front of your child, you have the opportunity to show its value to your child.  Explain how a newspaper reports on the community.  For older children, explain the role of newspapers as community watchdogs and why they are typically more reliable than social media posts. more

Sale of Champaign News-Gazette to family-owned Champaign Media is finalized

The sale of the Champaign (Illinois) News-Gazette and its related broadcast operations in central Illinois has closed following approvals from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court and regulatory agencies. more

KU's journalism school is reviving a small-town newspaper

In 2009, Eudora, Kansas, lost its only newspaper. This year, journalism students at the University of Kansas have brought news coverage back to the small town with the Eudora Times. more

How The Salt Lake Tribune secured nonprofit status

Here's a blueprint from The Salt Lake Tribune for newspaper owners curious about applying for nonprofit status — including the paper's application and feedback from the IRS. more

Ogden Newspapers buys two Ohio newspapers from Findlay Publishing Co.

Ogden Newspapers will purchase The Courier of Findlay and the Review Times of Fostoria from the Findlay Publishing Co., according to Jeffrey Potts of Cribb, Greene & Cope, who represents the Heminger family and Findlay Publishing Co. more

Shareholders approve merger of Gannett and New Media Investment Group

Shareholders of New Media Investment Group and Gannett have approved New Media's $1.13 billion acquisition of Gannett. The deal is expected to close Tuesday, Nov. 19, "subject to the satisfaction of customary closing conditions," New Media said in a statement. more

I look forward to meeting you!

When I learned a few months ago that the boards of directors of SNPA and Inland had agreed to explore a potential merger, I immediately thought that it was a great idea that would add member value while better utilizing the organizations’ resources. It didn’t cross my mind then that I would become the new organization’s first CEO, but I am truly honored and thrilled to serve in that role. more

Wrapping paper design contest shows off children's creativity

Here's a fun idea from the Chattanooga Times Free Press: Invite children to create a wrapping paper design, with the winner and several runners-up having their designs printed in the paper. more

Nielsen to separate into two leading global companies

Nielsen Holdings has concluded a comprehensive strategic review process and has announced plans to spin off its Global Connect Business. more

Editorial: Public shouldn't face battle to get records

"Floridians shouldn’t have to worry about being sued for exercising their legal right to obtain public records," the editorial board of The Gainesville (Florida) Sun argued in an editorial Sunday. The paper recounted two high-profile cases in recent years where citizens seeking to obtain public records were dragged into costly legal battles with government agencies and encouraged members of the public to attend a free open records workshop this week. more

McAlester native named GM of News-Capital

A longtime McAlester (Oklahoma) News-Capital advertising executive has been promoted to general manager of the paper. She succeeds Ed Choate, who recently became publisher of the Muskogee Phoenix. more

Fairbanks Daily News-Miner goes live with Brainworks' new Stratica Advertising & CRM solution

The second largest daily newspaper in Alaska has gone live with Brainworks' new Stratica Advertising and CRM system. more

Women in Journalism Workshop

The Women in Journalism Workshop at the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute is an annual workshop that focuses on challenges, accomplishments and issues specific to women in the journalism industry today. The conference is designed to help build safer, more diverse and innovative newsrooms to serve communities worldwide. This year's workshop will be May 1-3, 2020. more

Richmond Times-Dispatch names VP of advertising

The new vice president of advertising for the Richmond Times-Dispatch will bring a strong emphasis on digital and non-traditional solutions. Under his leadership, the newspaper's goal is to expand its digital advertising portfolio and to continue to enhance its robust newspaper, magazine and specialty advertising options. more

Join us in welcoming CEO Dean Ridings!

Dean Ridings joined America's Newspapers Nov. 11 as chief executive officer. more

Local Newsroom Revenue Project open for applications

A new pilot program from the Solutions Journalism Network and the Google News Initiative aims to help newsrooms create and monetize solutions journalism. more

McClatchy launches subscription product for political obsessives

McClatchy has announced the launch of an ambitious initiative to cover the 2020 presidential race differently. The package includes a standalone politics subscription product for political obsessives, plus a free, daily election-focused newsletter for deeply engaged political enthusiasts and the relaunch of its weekly politics podcast, "Beyond the Bubble." more

Cullman Times names new editor

The Cullman Times has named a new editor, who spent several years as the director of communications for the Georgia Municipal Association prior to joining CNHI. more
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