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The Montrose Daily Press had been a fixture in downtown Montrose, Colo., since the city's founding in 1882. So what prompted the town's oldest business to relocate this September after 124 years downtown?"Our lease ran out," said Stephen Woody, … more
Journalists are not the typical crowd for an art gallery reception. Yet plenty were in attendance at the H. F. Johnson Gallery of Art in Kenosha, Wis., sampling drinks and delicacies for the unveiling of an exhibit devoted to the photographers of … more
An innovative partnership has allowed a small-market Pennsylvania paper to provide readers with a Sunday edition for the first time in its 77-year history.Financial and distribution limitations had always kept The Daily American of Somerset, Pa., … more
Patrick Lowry is one excited publisher.In two days his newspaper will launch a free weekly tab aimed at the young adults that aren't reading his regular daily. The tab will be colorful, edgy and entertainment-driven, distributed by rack with a … more
[SIGN UP] [GET BROCHURE] Inland recognizes the importance of online publishing to newspapers. This is why Inland is devoting its Key Executives Conference to the important business link between print and online editions. The conference, … more
[SIGN UP] [GET BROCHURE] Inland appreciates the challenges facing non-daily newspaper publishers. That's why the foundation sponsors the Weekly Newspaper Conference each year. The 2007 conference will be March 1 - 3 at the Sheraton Tucson … more
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