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Working with newspapers to solve problems

April 2, 2015

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‘We need to convince people why it is important for them to spend their hard-earned money and time on their local newspaper’

April 2, 2015

For Wayne Knuckles, the newspaper business is not just a job—it is an adventure. And it is a calling, that he answered many years ago.

By the numbers: How are newspapers doing right now?

February 26, 2015

In some parts of the world, people can tell spring is near by the longer days and signs of life. In my world, you can tell by the trips through airports and hours spent preparing and giving speeches.

Finding dollars beyond the obituaries

February 26, 2015

Newspapers can generate exceptional additional advertising revenue with an annual estate and funeral-planning guide.

Emotionally charged deaths require careful handling

February 26, 2015

As newspaper editors and reporters, we have our fair share of accidents to cover. Many times they are fairly basic and other times they are more complicated. But once in a while, we have a more high-profile accident to cover.

Apply your journalistic skills to obits

February 26, 2015

The easiest way to write an obituary on deadline is to knock out a chronological resumé with a few quotes from the family thrown in.

Getting Paid for Obits: Improves Readership

February 26, 2015

Approximately 75 percent of community newspapers now charge for obituaries.

‘We’re the smallest big paper you’ll ever come across’

February 26, 2015

The Sept. 11, 2014 edition of Farm and Dairy gives a whole new meaning to fat and happy.

FAA proposes drone use regulations

February 26, 2015

Newspapers hoping to use drones to photograph crop disasters, floods and even accidents received long-awaited guidance in February from the Federal Aviation Administration in the form of proposed rules that still might not become final until 2017.

Young people do still read news in papers

February 16, 2015

I really don’t mean to get this worked up about things. Oh, sorry. I sometimes digress. Let me catch you up.

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