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Don’t let flare-ups distract from progress toward saving local news

Legislative sausage-making is creating some drama around proposals to save local journalism. Kerfuffles are inevitable with so much at stake. They should not distract from the bigger picture, which is that major, bipartisan solutions to the local journalism crisis are emerging and taking effect — at the state level, at least. more

Welch, Rounds lead bipartisan Deliver for Democracy Act to help local news overcome persistent postal delays, surging rate increases

The bipartisan Deliver for Democracy Act would help news outlets overcome the current crisis of local journalism by incentivizing reliable postal service and limiting excessive rate increases. In recent years, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) has consistently raised rates for periodicals under the guise of increased efficiency and improved service. However, local news has yet to receive those benefits and instead continues to face persistent postal delays.   more

Sarah Jane Weaver named editor of Deseret News

Longtime journalist and editor Sarah Jane Weaver has been named editor of the Deseret News, joining Executive Editor Doug Wilks and Publisher Burke Olsen in top leadership positions of the nearly 174-year-old publication. more

America's Newspapers welcomes new member: Flipp

Flipp is a retailer technology company that powers the digital circular experiences for North America's major retailers, including Kroger, Albertson, Loblaws, Publix, Dollar General and more. more

America's Newspapers welcomes new member: The Press-Sentinel

The Press-Sentinel is a weekly newspaper published on Thursdays in Jesup, Georgia.  more

How to grow revenue and build a multigenerational audience by transforming your ‘athlete of the week’ contest

Here’s an idea to steal and adapt: Gulf Coast Media and The Sumter Item revamped their Athlete of the Week contests to attract corporate sponsors and reader engagement. more

Ensure your newspaper has up-to-date ISSN numbers

Do you have the most up-to-date ISSN numbers for your newspaper and website?  If not, now is the time to apply for them! It’s important that all newspapers ensure they have the proper ISSN numbers for their products.   more

Hume-Lind family to sell Daily Gazette to Publisher John DeAugustine

The owners of the Daily Gazette have agreed to the framework of a deal to sell the company to Gazette publisher John DeAugustine, the Hume-Lind family announced Wednesday. more

Ken Harty named publisher of the Madison Daily Leader

Wick Communications veteran Ken Harty has been named publisher of the Madison (South Dakota) Daily Leader. more

Virginia Black named editor of Lafayette, Muncie and Richmond newspapers in Indiana

Virginia Black will start in her new position on June 3, and will be based in Lafayette. more

A ‘news pioneer’ looks back and ahead

Penny Abernathy tells why the study of local news became her mission, why she chose the term “news deserts” over “news vacuums,” and what signs of hope she sees amid an ailing industry. more

Newspaper conglomerate Gannett is adding AI-generated summaries to the top of its articles

May 17, 2024 - Journalists participating in the pilot program will use AI to produce bulleted “key points” of their story. more

Chattanooga Times Free Press helps readers decide what to eat next with paid newsletter initiative

Here's an idea to steal and adapt: The Chattanooga Times Free Press launched a newsletter that delivers useful news to local food lovers. more

More Americans want the journalists they get news from to share their politics than any other personal trait

Most Americans say it is not important that the news they get comes from journalists who share their political views, age, gender or other traits. But people are more likely to say it is important for journalists to share their politics than any other characteristic we asked about. And certain demographic groups place more value than others on the personal traits of their journalists. more

Study shows lack of trust among Hispanics in local English-language news organizations

The study focused on the Raleigh-Durham community and specifically sought to discover what barriers non-English speakers face in accessing news. more

Local news faculty champions: Program funding available

Twenty-five $1,000 awards are available for faculty starting and growing news-academic partnerships. more

Carolyn Nolte appointed president and CEO of Florida Press Association and Intersect Media

The Florida Press Association (FPA) and Intersect Media (IM) have announced the appointment of Carolyn Nolte as their new president and chief executive officer. more

Alliance for Audited Media launches web/social media data verification program

The Alliance for Audited Media (AAM) is launching an automated digital assurance program to streamline the reporting and distribution of AAM-verified web and social media data. more

Case study: LINK nky modernizes public notices, achieves 100% self-serve

By leveraging Column’s technology, LINK nky successfully modernized public notices for its community, achieving 100% self-serve capability. This transition demonstrates the power of newspapers meeting the current moment and embracing the convenience of modern software. more

FREE WEBINAR - Building Resilience: Diversification Strategies for News and Media

Join FT Strategies for this free webinar to accompany the launch of its upcoming research report “Building Resilience: Diversification Strategies for the News Media Industry,” where the presenters will discuss the imperative and challenges of achieving sustainable diversified growth for news and media. more
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