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Today, the University of North Carolina Hussman School of Journalism and Media announced a new executive-in-residence program established to honor Frank A. Daniels Jr., the legendary president … more
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA—The Southern Environmental Law Center is now accepting submissions for the 2021 Phillip D. Reed Environmental Writing Awards. Nominations are welcome from anyone, … more
For More Information Contact:Tom Silvestri,Executive Director, The Relevance Project804-690-3361 The Newspaper Association Managers’ Relevance Project today released the extensive Revenue … more
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   CONTACT: Martha J. Cichelli, co-owner Software Consulting Services, LLC 630 Municipal Drive, Suite 420 Nazareth, PA 18064 Phone: … more
Oct. 1 is the deadline for paid distribution newspapers to file the Statement of Ownership, Management and Circulation form (PS Form 3526) with your postmaster. Remember that paid electronic … more
Bob Allen, longtime owner and publisher of The Wake Weekly, died Thursday around 2 p.m. at his home surrounded by family members, his family announced. He was 91. Bob was born in Davenport, … more
The American Press Institute is offering micro-grants and free expert support to news organizations seeking to strengthen their coverage of Election 2020 in service of the American electorate. … more
Paxton Media Group purchased the Wilkes Journal-Patriot newspaper in North Wilkesboro from Carter-Hubbard Publishing Co., effective Monday. Dale Morefield, publisher of The Enquirer-Journal in … more
Worries mount about a possible damaged election. Are they fact or fiction? Newsrooms, if they’re Relevant, should be answering that question in their towns, cities, counties, state and, … more
This 80th annual National Newspaper Week is a recognition of the service of newspapers and their employees across North America and is sponsored by Newspaper Association Managers. The content kit … more
Despite record demand for quality news content, many newspapers remain strained financially. Facebook and Google control monetization of the digital news audience and take the majority of digital … more
When historic events happen, we rely on the media to capture and document these moments in time. Black media outlets are often tasked with providing a voice for the underserved during these … more
With The Daily Advance set to switch to delivery by U.S. mail on Sept. 1, subscribers with post office boxes are being asked to contact the newspaper as soon as possible to ensure continued … more
Vankevich and Leinbach, who worked to provide vital information to island residents following the devastation caused by Hurricane Dorian in early September 2019, were helpful sources for Coastal Review Online, the Washington Post and other news media in reporting to the world the situation on the island. more
Dennis Rogers, who spoke the language of Eastern North Carolina to the hearts of its people as a writer for The News & Observer for more than three decades, died early Saturday after a lengthy … more
Space that is ordinarily reserved for the weekly round-up column seems to be better used to pay tribute to Peter Williams, former longtime editor of the Perquimans Weekly. He was also an editor of … more
The Freedom of Information Committee for the Society of Professional Journalists invites research on controls over employees and journalists through media relations … more
Report for America announced today that applications are now open for news organizations interested in hosting more than 300 emerging journalists in their newsrooms for up to three years, beginning … more
Research indicates that reductions in local news coverage lead to reduced civic engagement, inflated city budgets, more polarization and lower voter turnout. We also know … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Reps. Ann Kirkpatrick (D-AZ) and Dan Newhouse (R-WA) introduced the Local Journalism Sustainability Act, a bipartisan bill that helps preserve community … more
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