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Community newspapers are more likely to succeed with readers, advertisers and the community when all residents’ voices are heard. One of the challenges faced by the News + Record was to determine how to cover the county’s increasing Latinx American population, even though a substantial portion of those potential readers didn’t read or write English.
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As the topic of climate has gained more prominence, Meera Selva, deputy director of the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, and Wolfgang Blau, a visiting fellow and advisory board member at the Institute, recognized an opportunity to help all journalists incorporate the climate issue into all their reporting and every news section, from politics to culture to sports. Together, they founded the Oxford Climate Journalism Network.
At one time or other, everyone in the newspaper printing industry experiences sleepless nights worrying about running low on paper, plates, ink or one of the many consumables necessary for daily operation. Here's some advice on the transportation woes and labor shortages that compound supply-chain issues for pressrooms.
This year’s EPPY Awards received more than 400 entries. Winners were selected from an international list of nominations to honor the best in digital media across more than 40 diverse categories.
When a newspaper has a 148-year relationship with its community, it shouldn’t end, and Dink NeSmith, co-owner of Community Newspapers, Inc. (CNI) — publisher of 25 newspapers in Georgia, Florida and North Carolina — wasn’t about to let that happen.
We have to admit: Meta has a strange, co-dependent relationship with news publishers. On the one hand, the Facebook platform has undermined news publishers' advertising model. On the other hand, social media platforms, including Facebook and Meta-owned Instagram, have been essential tools for news publishers to lead the audience to their own digital properties and enable expedient communication with the public.
More than 300 print and digital publications serve the federally recognized Indigenous nations in the United States. Most of the tribal news organizations — an estimated 72% of newspapers, news sites and radio stations — are owned or funded to some degree by tribal governments. That gives those governments unusual control over local news media.
Newspapers have many opportunities to deliver an audience to political advertising campaigns. First, however, they need a better understanding of how the mechanics of political ad spending work, which types of campaigns will benefit from newspaper advertising and how to study demographic insights in context.
It appears the United States Postal Service (USPS) is jumping on the bandwagon, adding one more financial and operational burden to newspapers nationwide. Effective Aug. 29, the Postal Regulatory Commission approved raising rates for newspapers to 9%. The National Newspaper Association (NNA) and News Media Alliance pushed back on these increases.
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