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Today’s journalism graduates: What professionals and educators expect

May 1, 2015

With 2015 college graduations approaching, a survey of journalism educators and professionals found accuracy, ethical principles and good news judgment were the top skills journalism graduates need for the professional workplace. Those top skills were followed by growing demand for digital, mobile and social media reporting skills.

SD weekly’s April Fools story garners local laughs

May 1, 2015

The reaction was immediate, mostly hilarious and overwhelmingly positive.

When deciding to outsource printing

April 2, 2015

Do you use an outside printer?

Printing plant expansion makes room for new customers

April 2, 2015

The towering white press plant looming over I-81 in Hampden Twp., where the Patriot-News is printed, is undergoing a major expansion.

Growth For The Future: Quality Printing

April 2, 2015

Recently, a group of Minnesota newspapers made the decision to expand their central printing plant, and they did it with an eye toward the future of print newspapers.

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.

Chinese, Kentucky community newspaper people find common ground at UK seminar

February 26, 2015

Community newspaper people from China and the U.S. found common ground, despite great differences in their environments, at the Second Sino-U.S. Community Media Seminar in Kentucky Jan. 8 and 9.

Letter from the editor: How the digital age changes how we cover sex

February 26, 2015

There’s a good chance you picked up The Spectrum today because you saw “SEX” bold across the cover.

‘God had brought me to Oconee County for a reason’

February 26, 2015

On a warm afternoon in March 1989, the publisher and editor of The Oconee Enterprise, Vinnie Williams, was escorted from the U.S. Courthouse in Athens, GA, by FBI Agent David Bernal. They passed through a silent unhappy crowd that had just heard the unbelievable news:

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