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Even as newspapers evolve and change, beat reporting still forms an essential element of newspapers' coverage. Still, at many newspapers, beats are the realm of new reporters, fresh from a college paper, and are likely unfamiliar with the … more
Sometimes Rich Klicki feels like the Henry Kissinger of his newsroom.Klicki is charged with getting the print and interactive components of The Daily Herald, Arlington Heights, Ill., to work together. He said this can often be as challenging as … more
A sports editor, a sports copy editor and two Web producers in Newport News, Va., found a way to tap into a local passion and create the unexpected."I am not sure any of us, when it started, had any expectations," said Lynn Burke, senior sports copy … more
Highlights from an idea exchange held by top editors at Inland's recent Editorial Management workshop, moderated by Dave Zeeck, executive editor of The News Tribune, Tacoma, Wash.: Push lower-order newsroom tasks onto readers. Hire a young … more
Bill Ostendorf believes that newspapers have room to grow their single copy sales. But first they must change much more than their front pages. "Our biggest barrier to success is us," said Ostendorf, president of Creative Circle Media Consulting. … more
Managing editor Dennis Anderson knows what the "24-hour newsroom" of the future might look like. He currently runs one.Advances in technology have launched Anderson's newspaper - the 20,000-circulation Lawrence (Kan.) Journal-World - back into the … more
May 14, 2008 Site to be determined Training in how to effectively apply compensation plans that manage and reward sales performance at newspapers. Sales Compensation Benefits Training addresses strategies for utilizing sales … more
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