By Journal-Advocate staff
Reprinted from the March 8, 2011, Journal-Advocate.
STERLING — The Sterling Journal-Advocate announced yesterday it plans to move the paper’s printing operation to...Read More
By Ed Henninger
I’ve recently begun offering a new presentation: “A License to Print Money — 10 Design Ideas to Generate Revenue at Your Newspaper . . . Now!”
Yeah, it’s a long title. But...Read More
As subscription sales get harder and harder to obtain, newspapers have got to embrace single-copy sales. One analogy that I draw when discussing single copy is the milk industry. Fifty years ago...Read More
By Will Bublitz
Laura Clagett and her husband Charles were found dead in their home near Hugo on Wednesday, March 30. The couple’s death is currently being investigated as a double homicide....Read More
Recently I was browsing through a used bookstore and ran across a gem of a children’s book entitled “Me and My Flying Machine” by Marianna and Mercer Mayer.
It’s the story of a little boy who...Read More
AURORA — Beginning a series of strategic changes, principals of the Aurora Media Group, new owner of The Aurora Sentinel and Buckley Guardian newspapers, announced new additions to the staff that...Read More
To the editor:
One of the unintended consequences of the closing of the school of journalism at the University of Colorado at Boulder is yet another blow to our commitment to “freedom of the...Read More
The Kyrgyz Republic — or Kyrgyzstan, as it once was known — will celebrate the 20th anniversary of its declaration of independence from the Soviet Union later this year, on August 31.
It was in...Read More
By Kevin Slimp, Director of Newspaper Institute of Technology
When a newspaper or group contacts me to ask about training, they usually have something specific in mind. The client might be a...Read More
Earlier this month, I gave a presentation at the American Society of News Editors convention in San Diego, focusing on innovation in smaller newsrooms. I thought I’d share some of the highlights...Read More