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Golf tournaments bring out weekly paper’s top performance

November 3, 2014

When the U.S. Open Championship came to town, Pilot Publisher David Woronoff put all his resources into play to provide top-notch coverage of the golf classic.

Incredible survival story teaches lessons

November 3, 2014

Whenever Karen and I attend a newspaper convention, we return with ideas and motivation to improve our newspaper.

Public notices must stay in newspapers

November 3, 2014

A Utah legislator told an audience of community newspaper people from across the country that they have an important, independent role to play as publishers of government public notices.

Reduce your health care costs

November 3, 2014

Newspaper owners could save some money on health insurance costs, said Steve Wyss, if they follow the strategies he outlined during his pre-convention workshop.

Investigative reporting with a small staff & a small budget: It’s Possible

November 3, 2014

“When you think of investigative journalism, you typically don’t think of small towns.” That’s how Tommy Thomason, director of the Texas Center for Community Journalism at Texas Christian University, started a challenging panel at the National Newspaper Association’s annual convention.

Panel: Police training could improve media relations

November 3, 2014

Journalists arrested, tear-gassed, shot at with rubber bullets, manhandled and restricted from areas in Ferguson, MO: It seemed as though the local authorities were at war with the media as much as they were with those who were rioting in the streets.

Tips on promoting one’s newspaper

October 17, 2014

I am a DNV—a Downsized Newspaper Veteran. I am addicted to newspapers. I can’t keep from picking up every one I see and asking myself—“Can this product be made better?”

Publisher does double duty during massive WA fire

October 17, 2014

The wildfire that ravaged our rural county in July made national headlines.

Study: News organizations face second wave of disruption

August 8, 2014

Many traditional news companies are struggling with a second wave of digital innovation that threatens to sweep away the relationships they have enjoyed with readers and viewers for a century or more.

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