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Finding innovative ways to cover political elections without overloading or disillusioning voters, especially in high-stakes races such as the recent midterm elections, is a constant challenge for newspapers.For the Idaho Statesman and The Tribune … more
Some industry analysts think newspapers don't have a prayer on the Web. Yet a California newspaper is looking for all the online prayers it can get.The Modesto (Calif.) Bee has hosted interactive reader forums on its Web site,, since … more
Drawing up a design that advertisers can fit right into, reaching an untapped target audience, and distributing within a strategic schedule - these actions were key to three papers improving their home improvement sections.Filling in nooks, zoning … more
Two days after the Inland Press Study Mission group left Venezuela on Jan. 29, the National Assembly there granted President Hugo Chavez broad new powers to legislate by decree.Inland does not claim a cause and effect relationship between the Study … more
The Marco News in Marco Island, Fla., and The Bakersfield (Calif.) Californian took first-place honors in their respective circulation divisions in the first-ever New Frontier Awards sponsored by Inland Press Association. The contest honors the … more
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