Newspapers routinely face challenging decisions. Should we run this photo? Should we accept this ad? Should we report on every monthly meeting of a local activist group? The discussions are always enlightening, forcing everyone to rethink positions and crystallize their arguments.MORE
A newspaper's credibility is directly linked to its ability to identify, collect and report the relevant community news. Then why do so many newspapers make it so difficult for readers to connect with reporters?MORE
AdviceIQ makes including personal finance content easy for publishers. And, for publishers, the price is right: free.MORE
Friends2Follow’s widget helps newspapers take back their market share from social media.MORE
A new company, iMoneza, is banking on the belief that people will pay to read a single story rather than get a digital subscription.MORE
NTVB Media has announced plans to give away its content to all newspapers – regardless of size – in exchange for a partnership to bring in more subscribers. The partnership will pay newspapers up to $400 per thousand subscribers to deliver NTVB's product.MORE
I fear journalists may have become so used to the surplus of bright, young talent that they are inured to what is happening. But the table is being set in some places to remove "journalism" from journalism education.MORE
I'd like to take a moment to mark the passing of two old journalism friends.
These aren't people, but publications of note from two noteworthy figures in journalism and journalism education.MORE
Journalists still do too much writing as if the reader will lean back with "the paper" in an easy chair. We have to change. Even our "print" writing will benefit.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
Readers want a newspaper that looks right ... and feels right. They want the look and feel of their paper to reflect their community.
But what they want most of all is for their newspaper to work right for them.More
As Republicans head to the polls today for the nationally watched runoff election between U.S. Senate candidates Luther Strange and Roy Moore, PolitiFact has focused its Pulitzer Prize-winning fact-checking forces on Alabama.
But its mission isn't only about sorting out who's telling the truth and who isn't in the primary contest to replace Jeff Sessions, now U.S. attorney general. PolitiFact is researching what people think about the organization itself and other news media outlets in some of the politically reddest places in the country: Mobile, Ala.; Tulsa, Okla.; and Charleston, W.Va. The goal is to improve credibility all around.More