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Merchandise auctions can successfully drive newspaper revenues. They can also be a lot of work. But the Billings (Mont.) Gazette has found something even more profitable to auction: gift certificates."It's obvious when you think about it," said Dave … more
When the angry phone calls started coming into the Bowling Green, Ky., Chamber of Commerce, its staff wondered why. The chamber had recently taken an unpopular position in a local debate over whether Bowling Green should receive a new area code. … more
After six months of sports podcasting, staff members at the Daily Chronicle disagree over who has the harder job. The sports people at the 9,600-circulation daily think the Web people do. The Web people think the reverse.The Daily Chronicle, based … more
A year ago, the advertising department of The Journal Times of Racine, Wis., didn’t have much to tell clients about the Sunday paper’s “boring and ugly” employment section. But the editorial folks came through with an inside-out makeover … more
When the Idaho Press-Tribune announced plans last fall to begin producing a free Spanish-language weekly, it didn't have to worry about generating publicity. Days after the press release, a county commissioner fired off one of his own, accusing … more
Griffin Lovett hoped the lessons of the past would pay off in battling challenges of today. Lovett, publisher of the Courier Herald in Dublin, Ga., still waits for results he hopes will assist his carriers with high gas prices.When oil prices spiked … more
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