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Kinney receives state’s highest honor for humanitarian service

November 2, 2015

Friends from near and far gathered at The Skye convention facility Oct. 12 as South Carolina’s highest civilian honor was bestowed upon the Herald-Advocate’s own William Light “Bill” Kinney Jr.


Social media creates concerns over fair use

November 2, 2015

New technology has brought a host of problems to newspapers, especially when it comes to intellectual property rights, said Rachel Strom, an attorney with Levine Sullivan Koch & Shulz LLP.


Columbia Missourian diversifies revenue using Google surveys

November 2, 2015

ST. CHARLES, MO—National Newspaper Association convention-goers had an opportunity to hear firsthand how the Columbia Missourian added $45,000 to its revenue stream last year—one nickel at a time—by adding one line of code to the Missourian’s website,


Building Revenue & Saving Money: Great Ideas

November 2, 2015

Some of the best ideas are ones that have been used time and time again. During the Great Ideas Exchange at the National Newspaper Association’s 129th Annual Convention and Trade Show, a group of publishers, editors and owners shared some of their best ideas on how to increase revenue or how to save costs.


Schexnayder given Brownie Ledbetter Award

November 2, 2015

On Sept. 30, Charlotte Schexnayder, retired publisher of the Dumas Clarion, was given the Brownie Ledbetter Award for Civic Engagement by the Women¹s Foundation of Arkansas. She was recognized for her lifelong service as a newspaper publisher, community leader, elected official, president of numerous organizations and regional activist. She holds many female firsts, including first female president of the Arkansas Press Association and the National Newspaper Association. In her acceptance remarks, she said her mother taught her to live by the saying, “To whom much is given, much is required.” She encouraged others to do the same. She now lives in an independent living complex in Little Rock, AR.


ACCN elects Barnes of Memphis as president

November 2, 2015

American Court and Commercial Newspapers, Inc., Arlington, VA, has elected Eric Barnes as president for 2015-16. Barnes is publisher of The Memphis Daily News, a five-day-a-week paper focused on business and politics that has been published since 1886. Additionally, he is publisher of the company’s two other weekly papers, The Nashville Ledger and The Knoxville Ledger, as well as its statewide real estate information service, Chandler Reports.


PNRC elects new board of directors

November 2, 2015

The Public Notice Resource Center has named Bradley L. Thompson II to his third full term as president.  Thompson is chair of Detroit Legal News Co. and is a founding board member of PNRC, which was established in 2002.


Torrential rain and flooding can’t stop SC newspapers

November 2, 2015

Despite a week’s worth of dire weather warnings from forecasters, few residents could imagine the torrents of rain that swept through South Carolina the first week in October, and they certainly could not have expected to face a 1,000-year flood of Biblical proportions. Rainfall ranged from 6.3 inches in the western South Carolina town of Greer to 24.75 inches in Kingstree, located about 75 miles from the coast.


Trapp family wins Gish Award

September 29, 2015

A family that has published a crusading weekly newspaper in a small town in northern New Mexico for almost 60 years is the winner of the 2015 Tom and Pat Gish Award for courage, tenacity and integrity in rural journalism.

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