The latest version of Newscycle Solutions' Reporter Client software release includes a new responsive design interface and expanded functionality in the Lite Editor authoring tool. An early adopter program is also available for enhanced social media integration, which enables journalists to create and manage social media posts directly in Reporter Client.More
When it comes to newspaper design, consistency is more than just important. It's critical. Consistent design tells your readers and advertisers that yours is a newspaper that is planned and put together with purpose.MORE
Newscycle Solutions announces that Styria Media Group, one of the largest news media companies in Austria, Croatia and Slovenia, is live on Newscycle's advertising and content management systems at Večernji List, 24sata and Poslovni dnevnik, the group's properties in Zagreb, Croatia.MORE
We have to think different about news design, or we risk having no design at all. Ed Henninger offers some particulars in this column.MORE
This partnership between journalism and philanthropy focuses on producing compelling media that inspire communities to take action on relevant social issues.MORE
During a panel at the recent American Copy Editors Society national conference in Portland, Ore., it was announced that the 2016 AP Stylebook will lowercase the words "internet" and "web."MORE
The Miami Herald won the 30th Annual Joseph L. Brechner Freedom of Information Award for its groundbreaking investigative series, "Innocents Lost."
Two Herald reporters, Carol Marbin Miller and Audra D.S. Burch, investigated Florida's child welfare system by following the lives – and deaths – of children within the system.MORE
The StarNews in Wilmington, N.C., has had a very successful 2016 so far. Not only was it named one of Editor & Publisher's 10 Newspapers That Do It Right, it also earned eight Excellence in Local News Coverage awards from the Local Media Association. We asked Executive Editor Pam Sander to share some of her newsroom's strategies for success.MORE
Here are three nuggets of social media wisdom from University of Texas senior lecturer and former social media editor Robert Quigley, who advocates for using social media first and foremost as a branding and engagement tool.MORE
All data points we look at today tell us that great digital headlines point to great engagement. Yes, great content also equals great engagement, but it all starts with getting the reader to click.
Unfortunately, too many news organizations haven't shifted enough to a digital workflow, especially when it comes to headline writing. Headlines are boring and very straightforward, and so many are clearly just ripped right from a print page.MORE
It's always tough to get an assignment to cover a speech or meeting when you have little experience in that area. The following tips should prove helpful when asked to cover one of the dozens of lectures, seminars or local government gatherings across your circulation area regularly.MORE
It's always tough to get an assignment to cover a speech or meeting when you have little experience in that area. The following tips should prove helpful when asked to cover one of the dozens of lectures, seminars or local government gatherings across your circulation area regularly.More
At the Mega-Conference in Austin, I presented 10 things any newsroom can do to increase engagement. The most controversial idea for the audience? Inviting readers to attend your budget meeting and provide feedback on what goes on 1A. Read this article to learn how it all works!More
The King William Local will be the source for residents to discover information about upcoming events, share the good news from schools, churches, nonprofits and civic organizations, and learn about the people and places that make the county special.More