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Jack Ronald, the former editor and publisher of The Commercial Review in Portland, Indiana, and a member of the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame, has died at age 73.
Staff | The Associated Press |
4/26/22 04:04 PM
Cathy Culler Hughes is retiring after 50 years with The Times and Democrat in Orangeburg, South Carolina, 23 of the years as the newspaper’s publisher.
Staff | The Times and Democrat |
4/26/22 12:25 PM
Twitter agreed to be taken over at $54.20 a share, a 38 percent premium over the share price before it was revealed that Mr. Musk had been buying up the company’s stock.
Staff | The New York Times |
4/25/22 05:25 PM
The Associated Press has announced it will launch a two-year project to advance explanatory reporting on financial literacy, helping spread personal finance knowledge to audiences historically underserved by the financial services industry.
Press Release | The Associated Press |
4/21/22 04:21 PM
Washington Bureau Chief Anna Johnson announced that U.S. Political Editor Steven Sloan is now deputy Washington bureau chief for U.S. politics and elections for The Associated Press.
Lauren Easton | The Associated Press |
4/20/22 02:57 PM
April provides a grandiose entree to satisfy football-starved Americans. Entertainment mecca Las Vegas will host the NFL Draft for the first time on April 28-30. Distributed Media Lab’s sports content solutions unlock the best NFL coverage for your readers while facilitating new advertising relationships.
Chris Cornell | Distributed Media Lab |
4/20/22 01:14 PM
STN’s latest release enhances digital video player performance, simplifies publisher workflow and increases earning potential with diverse monetization opportunities.
Staff | STN Video |
4/20/22 01:13 PM
SUMMARY: Though local newspapers will (and should) cover global events, Mather recommends U.S. local newspapers continue their existing paid content strategies oriented around local news.
Matt Lindsay and Arvid Tchivzhel | Mather Economics |
4/20/22 01:13 PM
Often the "unsung hero," X-CAGO’s rich and flexible meta format named SuperSet, enables publishers to adapt their content instantaneously to any platform with a no-touch approach offering a hybrid of their technology and service to minimize lead-time, costs while maximizing revenues.
Staff | X-CAGO |
4/20/22 01:12 PM
When Olivia Wieseler took over as editor of the weekly Gering (Nebraska) Courier, she searched for content to distinguish the Courier from its sister paper, the daily Star-Herald in Scottsbluff, just across the North Platte River. She decided to use the Kid Scoop Writing Corner … and it’s been a hit with parents, teachers and the community.
Ellen Creane | Kid Scoop |
4/20/22 01:03 PM
Last year, the Virginia Press Association partnered with Our-Hometown to launch its first Digital Initiative — a program aimed at getting all newspapers under the Virginia Press Association’s umbrella on the web with a turnkey digital revenue model. Our-Hometown hopes to launch similar programs with other press associations in the future.
Matt Larson | Our-Hometown |
4/20/22 09:52 AM
Column is continuing to innovate on the experience of placing public notices with publishers. Recent innovations will help publishers strengthen their communication with clients with regard to changes to notice orders, as well as enable them to save drafts of incomplete notices that will be completed at a later time.
Staff | Column |
4/20/22 09:42 AM
As digital marketing advances, it’s important to look at how we can make cross-channel activation and transparent measurement work for local advertisers.
Staff | Frequence |
4/20/22 09:26 AM
The team at Adlistics knows that siloed media channels running traditional sales organizations could benefit from standardizing and streamlining the sales process. Other media formats — including out-of-home, radio, social and programmatic — have 24/7 self-service access, why not print?
Staff | Adlistics |
4/20/22 09:15 AM
From the impact of coronavirus to monetizing and growing digital to the challenges of digital ad fraud, news media publishers are constantly innovating to stay ahead of ever-changing world events and industry challenges.
Kevin Rehberg | Alliance for Audited Media |
4/19/22 07:15 PM
Hearst Newspapers has named Patty Michalski senior vice president of content strategy and innovation. The announcement was made by Hearst President and CEO Steven R. Swartz and Hearst Newspapers President Jeffrey Johnson.
4/19/22 03:25 PM
Cox Enterprises announced that Andrew Davis has joined the company as senior vice president of strategy. In this role, Davis will oversee strategic planning, new business development and the company’s sustainability teams, to ensure the best use of resources for growth and profitability.
4/19/22 03:17 PM
The Huntsville (Texas) Item has welcomed editor Liz Adams to its news team, Regional Publisher Jake Mienk announced.
Staff | The Huntsville Item |
4/19/22 03:01 PM
The diverse neighborhoods of Chicago’s South and West sides make a lot of news, and a survey of their residents has found intense interest in coverage of crime and other top issues — as long as it’s free.
Greg Burns | Local News Initiative |
4/19/22 01:42 PM
Jim Crutchfield, an accomplished journalist who has led newsrooms across the country as both an editor and publisher, will become head of The Marshall Project's local news operation in Cleveland.
4/19/22 01:10 PM