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Do you make New Year’s resolutions? I usually do. Sometimes they are elaborate, with different resolutions for different areas of my life – work, home, fitness. … more
Twenty-sixteen was the year The Washington Post came of age — again. In its audience growth, in the ambitiousness of its journalism, in its impact on the American conversation, the Post became … more
   Walter M. Wick, an inductee in the Arizona Newspaper Association Hall of Fame and Publisher Emeritus of the Sierra Vista Herald/Bisbee Daily Review, died Christmas morning at his home in … more
The American Society of News Editors and the Associated Press Media Editors are planning to merge and create a new organization to aid journalists. Months of discussion between ASNE and APME have … more
Long time marketing executive Kevin Powell has been promoted to General Manager of Tryon Newsmedia, LLC, which publishes the Tryon Daily Bulletin, Life in Our Foothills, Visitor’s Bulletin and … more
School’s out! I am fresh off teaching media law at the UNC School of Media and Journalism over the 2017-2018 academic year. I loved it and loved my students! I am happy, though, to now have time to … more
A recent Pew Research Study suggests that American's trust in media combined with low political awareness may account for why many find it hard to distinguish between fact and opinion in the … more
George Hart Lawrence III, longtime journalist, communications consultant and journalism teacher, died Monday in Goldsboro. He was 58. more
The North Carolina Press Association will continue to fight to ensure access to public notices for all citizens, not just those with a computer and Internet connection. The statistics clearly show … more
Champion Media announced on Wednesday that it has acquired the North Carolina, Virginia and South Carolina print, digital and local assets of Heartland, a Civitas Media company. The acquisition … more
Facebook's recent advertising policy that groups political news in its political ad archive has recieved criticism for undermining journalism and labeling journalistic content as advertisements. This … more
A reader emailed to mention that I’d recently written a column listing New Century Schoolbook (among others) as a typeface to toss, but that I hadn’t suggested a text face that might be … more
Effective immediately, the News of Orange County has named Adam Powell its editor. Powell replaces Charlie Pogacar, who he worked alongside for the past 14 months. more
BH Media will soon consolidate its North Carolina newspaper printing operations at the Winston-Salem Journal’s print facility on Fifth Street, where workers are installing an additional press … more
When you peel back the layers of advertising philosophy and technique, it all comes down to one thing: Motivation. People buy things because they are motivated. And the most effective ads are … more
Newspaper legal notices can be dull stuff, but they’re attracting a lot of interest from state lawmakers. Bills that would change public notice laws were introduced in 21 states this year. Almost … more
An effort in the legislature, Senate Bill 343, would eventually eliminate the requirement that local governments publish legal notices of their affairs in newspapers. The state House should kill this … more
CNHI, a newspaper publishing company, is thinking about selling its newspapers. The company's papers reach 22 states. The idea came about after CNHI's parent company, Raycom Media, announced it was … more
Editor & Publisher magazine's January 2017 issue features a story about The Robesonian in Lumberton kept the news going despite being displaced, flooded and basically washed out by Hurricane … more
Veteran journalist G. Chambers Williams III has been named editor of The Sanford Herald, according to an announcement by Publisher Rachael Raney. more
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