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‘We were able to survive because the staff cared and had passion’

Mar 14, 2018

Publisher Mark Segal can’t recall the exact date the National Newspaper Association approved membership for his Philadelphia Gay News weekly, but as a new member he does remember being so grateful ...

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8 ways to promote community journalism in local classrooms

Mar 14, 2018

The Pulitzer Prize-winning editor of Iowa’s Storm Lake Times has a blunt assessment of print journalism as we know it.

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‘We work hard to keep people engaged, because if we don’t do a good job of it, people are going to connect with each other in different ways’

Feb 12, 2018

Out in the Midwest, there is a West Point that does not prepare young people for the military. This “other” West Point is a small town in eastern Nebraska. It sits on the banks of the Elkhorn ...

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A community newspaper’s value in today’s economy: Ready to Sell

Feb 12, 2018

EBITDA—for non-bean counters, that’s earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and debt amortization. EBITDA rules when determining the value of today’s community newspapers.

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McGovern buys W.B. Grimes & Co.

Feb 12, 2018

W.B. Grimes & Co., a leading mergers and acquisitions advisory company serving the media, entertainment and professional sports industries, announced that its Global Media, Events & Information ...

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Deal market strong despite industry headwinds

Feb 12, 2018

In 2017, the newspaper industry saw its busiest transaction year in nearly two decades with 31 separate deals involving daily newspapers. These transactions were not dominated by any one or two acquirers—21 ...

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Connect with readers; deliver for your community

Feb 12, 2018

The new year is under way, and we’ve all made our resolutions—right? For those who are a bit tardy, here’s one more to add to your list: Find time and ways to connect with your readers.

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‘A lot of people like to hold the newspaper in their hands’

Dec 29, 2017

If you aren’t from around Yankton, SD, you might do a double-take when you spot Kathy Church and Kristy Wyland walking down the street. But for most folks who live in the small town near the Iowa ...

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