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The power of one: Streamlining editorial assets for digital and print

With so many competing voices and channels vying for attention, publishers are facing new challenges in their efforts to create compelling content and engage audiences. One solution that has gained popularity in recent years is the consolidation of editorial assets into a single system. more

Bloom revenue with wildflowers

Children leafing through your newspaper’s pages often discover articles of interest to read, thus intensifying the extra learning time at home. Remember, these are your future subscribers. Grow them just like wildflowers! more

Partner with PopMount to sell your copyrighted work to customers

Are you tired of worrying about your content being stolen and sold without your permission? Let PopMount help you take control of your brand, content and revenue. more

How to rethink media business models remade by ‘AI-infused’ value chains

AI technologies present opportunities and threats for publishers. Pugpig looks at how media leaders can respond. more

USA TODAY Sports Media Group and National Women’s Soccer League announce media agreement

USA TODAY Sports Media Group, part of Gannett Co., Inc. , which encompasses all sports initiatives across USA TODAY Sports has announced a multi-year agreement to serve as an official media partner of the National Women’s Soccer League. more

The category-saving power of private-party placement

Deaths are up. Obits are down. Discover why private-party placement is the secret to thriving with the digital generation, with three strategies to make your private-party intake a revenue-generating success. more

New integrated full stack news solution

To serve news organizations’ demands for a modern tech stack, ePublishing has deeply integrated three trusted platforms. Publishers can now access solutions from Ellington, Syncronex and Multipub through a single source. more

News media outlets oppose Trump’s bid to expunge special grand jury report

A number of news media companies, including The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, on Monday filed a motion opposing Donald Trump’s attempt to expunge the final report from the special purpose grand jury that investigated possible criminal meddling in Georgia’s 2020 presidential election. more

How much?

“How much” is a common discussion between the PAGE Cooperative and its current members, and prospective members. A frequently asked question the PAGE Cooperative receives is “how much can my company save” by purchasing through PAGE? more

Brandon Reid named editor of the Fond du Lac Reporter, Oshkosh Northwestern

The change is part of Gannett's recently launched Center for Community Journalism structure. more

Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial writer Tom Philp will rejoin The Sacramento Bee

Tom Philp will rejoin The Bee Editorial Board as a columnist and editorial writer on May 22. more

‘Show up’: Why (and how) journalists should respond to reader comments

Your article has been published and shared widely. The comments section is lighting up. Do you respond?  more

Philadelphia Inquirer hit by cyberattack causing newspaper’s largest disruption in decades

The Philadelphia Inquirer experienced the most significant disruption to its operations in 27 years due to what the newspaper calls a cyberattack. more

Scoring with subscriptions: How Advance Local leveraged data to target high school sports

Advance Local wanted to boost its subscriptions using high school athletics as a niche. In 2021 it had already sold about 6,200 subscriptions but wanted to refocus its efforts in 2022. more

Belinda Mills is named southwest regional group publisher for the Osteen Media Group

Belinda Mills has been named southwest regional group publisher for the Osteen Media Group. She will oversee all aspects of OMG’s New Mexico holdings, including the Bulletin and Desert Exposure, as well as future expansion efforts. more

New Twitter CEO is NBCUniversal’s Linda Yaccarino, according to reports

Elon Musk said he has found a new CEO for Twitter, or X Corp. as it’s now called, and multiple media reports identify her as NBCUniversal’s Linda Yaccarino, an executive with deep ties to the advertising industry. more

Google is changing up search. What does that mean for news publishers?

A shift to AI-generated search results will decrease the traffic that Google sends to publishers’ sites, as more people get what they need straight from the Google search page instead. more

Israel Defense Forces apologizes for death of Al Jazeera’s Shireen Abu Akleh for the first time

The Israel Defense Forces has apologized for the death of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, a year to the day after she was killed by a bullet to the back of the head while covering an Israeli military operation in Jenin in the occupied West Bank. more

Atlanta to pay journalist $105,000 to settle lawsuit over 2020 protest arrest

A freelance photojournalist who was arrested while taking photos during a racial justice demonstration in 2020 has reached a $105,000 settlement with the city of Atlanta, his lawyers said. more

States Newsroom launches Washington State Standard

States Newsroom, the nation’s leading network of state-based nonprofit news outlets, launched the Washington State Standard to provide free, high-quality, non-partisan reporting on the important issues affecting the Evergreen State. more
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