Ten steps to successful magazine development 2/13/17

By Leonard Woolsey, president and publisher, The Galveston County Daily News (reprinted with permission from the Texas Press Association)

Here are 10 tips to get you started. This is a long journey – and never ends.

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I'm a journalist; why don't you trust me? (as told by API's Jane Elizabeth) 2/6/17


By Tim Schmitt, project manager, GateHouse Media

In a news climate where terms like "fake news" and "alternative facts" are actively used to undermine journalists and their coverage of current events, reporters are now tasked not only with reporting the news but also with proving to their readers that they are a trustworthy news source.

American Press Institute's Jane Elizabeth shares some necessary steps that reporters can take to combat any waning reader trust they might be experiencing.

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Newsrooms tackling agriculture: Start with inventory and build 1/31/17


By Tim Schmitt, project manager, GateHouse Media

You're the editor of a small-town paper in a community covered by sprouting corn fields, or majestically wrapped in wind-blown wheat. You know agriculture plays an important part in shaping the economics of your region, but how do you get at the heart of it? Here are some tips.

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GateHouse Media to implement NEWSCYCLE multi-channel content management platform 1/31/17

NEWSCYCLE’s ONSET content management system will provide the digital tools that enable GateHouse newsrooms to create engaging content for millions of readers.

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A 'Big-J' journalism project for resource-strapped newsrooms 1/24/17

By Steve Gray, vice president of strategy and innovation, Morris Communications

In this moth's Media Reset blog, Steve Gray suggests a project that will make an impact in any community -- and it doesn't take a roomful of Big-J journalists to do it.

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Total newsroom training with The Daytona Beach News-Journal 1/10/17

Here are five ways that The News-Journal in Daytona Beach will be utilizing database skills this year to find great stories that can be culled from pretty much any beat.

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Text type suggestions 1/10/17

By Ed Henninger

This month, Ed Henninger's column focuses on text typefaces he recommends. It's not a long list, and one text face that he says will never make his list is Times.

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10 tips to a better design 12/13/16

By Ed Henninger

Ed Henninger shared his top 10 design tips at the recent Institute of Newspaper Technology. If you missed it, he's also sharing them in this month's column.

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Drone journalism (part 1): What license do you need? 12/13/16


By Tim Schmitt, project manager, GateHouse Media

While it is becoming more common for journalists to use drone footage to enhance their coverage, there are still some notable rules and regulations you should know.

During a recent installment of the GateHouse Professional Development Series, attorneys Charles Tobin and Christine Walz from Holland & Knight, LLP, explained the process for newsrooms to get their drones flying.

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Deliver the best in college hoops coverage 11/21/16

Yes, hard to believe, but college basketball season is here and the sports team at GateHouse Media's Center for News and Design is once again offering great coverage for your ACC, SEC and Big 10 hoops fans.

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