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Fellowship aims to foster next generation of local newspaper owners

NewStart is a local ownership initiative created by the Reed College of Media at West Virginia University in partnership with the West Virginia Press Association. more

Facebook launches news section

The social media giant is set to roll out the first phase of its news section today. The new page will give allow users to read headlines and stories from news organizations, a select number of which will be paid licensing fees. more

How the Buffalo News handled insider trading story about a local congressman

The Buffalo News is one of the few regional newspapers left with a Washington bureau. Read how a bureau reporter stayed ahead of a story on insider trading that led to the downfall of a local congressman. more

New editor named for Maryland newspapers

Hannah Combs has been named the new Caroline/Dorchester editor of The Star Democrat, Dorchester Star and Times-Record in Maryland. She succeeds Dustin Holt in the role. more

A few minutes with … Dean Ridings

Dean Ridings has been named as the first CEO of America's Newspapers, effective Nov. 11. He was interviewed by Mark Fitzgerald for America's Newspapers. more

White Paper: Local News is a Public Good

A new white paper from the Colorado Media Project presents five ideas for transforming local news with public support, substantiated with local, national and international research and existing models. more

Chad Pauling named publisher in Sioux City

Lee Enterprises has named a new publisher for the Sioux City Journal and its associated publications. more

Brian Corcoran named Post-Star publisher

Brian Corcoran, who has served as interim publisher of The Post-Star since March, has been named publisher of the Glens Falls paper. more

Idaho Statesman gets a new publisher

The former general manager of The Bellingham Herald has been named as the next publisher of the Idaho Statesman. more

Nelson promoted to general manager in Ada, Oklahoma

As The Ada News seeks to expand its audience through both print and digital platforms, it will be led by Maurisa Nelson, who has been named general manager. more

Editor Mike Fannin named president of The Kansas City Star

The editor and vice president of The Kansas City Star has taken on an expanded role, and is now serving as president of the newspaper. more

AlabamaNow provides readers with original and curated articles with Alabama focus

Approximately 20 community newspapers and magazines have collaboratively launched a new website to provide news and information of interest to people in Alabama. more

Smithfield Times is being sold

The Smithfield Times in Virginia will have a new owner for the first time in 33 years. more

How eight nonprofit newsrooms increased their major gifts

With a little coaching, nonprofit newsrooms can increase their funding from major donors by as much as an astounding 367 percent, according to a new report from the Institute of Nonprofit News. more

Over half of Americans get their news from social media

Now the majority of American adults say they "often" or "sometimes" get their news from social media. A new Pew Research Center report has the statistics. more

How to reengage your email subscribers

Newspaper publishers are realizing a long list of email subscribers doesn’t mean much if they are not actually opening their messages. Here what some are doing to reengage those dormant subscribers. more

Chris Blade takes leadership at Post Bulletin in Rochester

Chris Blade has officially become publisher of the Post Bulletin in Rochester, Minnesota, after serving as its interim publisher since Forum Communications acquired the newspaper in June. more

Add our jobs board to your recruiting arsenal

Your newspaper needs experienced, innovative applicants. And each day, people who fit that description visit our jobs board. more

Boone Newspapers goes live with Brainworks CRM

Boone Newspapers has taken its relationship with Brainworks to the next level by going live with Brainworks CRM. more

Texas, Oklahoma student newspapers collaborate for epic dual issue

While the rivalry on the football field is real, two college newspaper staffs came together to produce a 48-page, double-cover issue to commemorate the Red River Showdown played last weekend. more
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