A. H. Belo Corporation has sold the former campus of The Dallas Morning News downtown for $28 million to local developer and co-owner of Highland Park Village Ray Washburne.
The purchase price is made up of $5.6 million in cash paid at the closing and a two-year, seller-financed promissory note of $22.4 million. The eight-acre campus includes two buildings that total about 325,000 square feet, plus a parking garage.MORE
Here's a great idea for reaching your readers on Instagram:
Each week, The Dallas Morning News publishes a weekly Instagram Newsletter that recaps the week's news in images.MORE
The winners in the Carmage Walls Commentary Prize competition were announced Monday during SNPA's News Industry Summit.MORE
Here's a taste of what you'll hear in Chicago, Oct. 6-8:
- Walter Hussman reports on the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette's bold move to convert all its subscribers to digital subscribers.
- Recruitment guru Laurie Kahn on what newspapers need to do to assemble a team of sales superstars.
- The Post and Courier reveals results from the Google News Initiative – literally days after its conclusion.
- News from Washington on the newspaper industry's fight to get a fair share of revenue from Facebook and Google.Springs.
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