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A changing reader market led a California daily to put some style in its special sections.When Rochelle Reed came to the San Luis Obispo (Calif.) Tribune five years ago, she inherited a traditional home-and-garden tab that annually blended home … more
The interest in newspapers of Internet giants Google and Yahoo prompts the question "Friend or foe?"Both believe they will serve the industry as a friend, though time will determine if this is true. The future remains uncertain.At the Key Executives … more
Newspapers must get to the point where digital is part of the core business, according to Christian Hendricks, McClatchy Co.'s vice president of interactive media.McClatchy is re-engineering its business to accomplish this goal as a way of securing … more
Sept. 24 - 25, 2008 Site to be determined Training for newspaper staffs in taking advantage of emerging trends in interactive media, mobile communication and digital publishing. New Media Conference Benefits Training focuses on … more
Andy Hall knows education is deeply important to a community. It personally affects each family, develops the future workforce, and is usually the single biggest use of taxpayer dollars"When you cover education, you are covering the things that … more
Alternative weeklies sprung to life because the dominant local newspapers priced out bars, restaurants and clubs from advertising, which created huge pools of potential revenue, according to Greg Swanson, founder of ITZ Publishing, Portland, Ore.The … more
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