2019 archived news bulletins

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December 20, 2019

  • Agenda announced for 2020 Mega-Conference
  • BH Media names regional editor for seven Virginia newspapers
  • Cox Enterprises closes on sale of Cox Media Group
  • Conferences and Webinars
  • Wishing you and your family the best in this holiday season

December 17, 2019

  • From the Executive Voices conversations: Pet obits, car break-in maps and accelerating digital — The future of content presentation and partnerships
  • Industry appointments
  • How The Post and Courier covered a deadly explosion of prison violence
  • Chattanooga Times Free Press celebrates 150 years
  • Nominate your newspaper or corporate office for the Mega-Innovation Award
  • Conferences and Webinars

December 13, 2019

  • From the Executive Voices conversations: Wrestling with print frequency
  • Industry appointments
  • Former publisher of Waco Tribune-Herald dies at age 71
  • Newspaper's move back to downtown planned before end of year
  • Innovative journalism projects sought for RJI's flexible fellowship program
  • Conferences and Webinars

December 10, 2019

  • The Dallas Morning News launches innovative evening news edition
  • Newspaper's Harrison readers to be converted to digital
  • Lauren Gustus named director of Community Funding Initiatives
  • TownNews introduces iQ Audience+, a sophisticated, data-driven solution for audience monetization and growth
  • Mega-Conference — A 2020 Resolution: Tell the story of your newspaper's value to your community
  • Two new webinars announced for January — free for members

December 6, 2019

  • People news
  • 200th anniversary video celebrates history of Arkansas Gazette
  • Here's what you'll miss if you miss Executive Voices
  • Old is New: Tech-based companies launch print publications
  • Watchdog: 2019 a 'very good year' for public notice
  • Texas Tribune is creating its first-ever local news revenue and training lab
  • Conferences and Webinars

November 26, 2019

  • Executive Voices: An exclusive event for top-level newspaper executives
  • Industry appointments
  • Keep faith in the truth, Bill Clinton says at event honoring newspaper's 200th birthday
  • Former Facebook employees create Cocoon, a social media network for your family
  • Print archives show past impeachments.  Where will we go to find the history being made today?

November 22, 2019

  • New Gannett appoints key executives
  • First issue of print publication from America's Newspapers is live!
  • Will you be in the room where it happens at Voices?
  • How to boost your email newsletters
  • Chicago Reader to pursue nonprofit status
  • Lessons on paywalls from a small local newspaper
  • Reporting on gun violence? Share these resources
  • Upcoming conferences and webinars

November 19, 2019

  • Putting a price tag on local news
  • White paper: How intelligent paywalls maximize total digital revenue
  • Study: Newsrooms not keeping up with changing demographics
  • The Executive Voices Experience
  • Industry appointments
  • Opinion Column: Government cannot govern press
  • Connecting with loyal readers
  • The Durango Herald launches membership model
  • Connecting your child to a community: Subscribe to a newspaper
  • Ogden Newspapers selects Presteligence's My News 360 for editorial
  • Shelbyville Times-Gazette sold to Holler Media
  • North Dakota Group sold to family group
  • Manchester Newspapers Inc. sold to Capital Region Independent Media
  • Boca Raton paper encourages readers to become patrons for as little as $5.99 a month

November 15, 2019

  • Merger approved between New Media Investment Group and Gannett
  • How The Salt Lake Tribune secured nonprofit status
  • KU's journalism school is reviving a small-town newspaper
  • Sales and acquisitions
  • Upcoming conferences and webinars

November 12, 2019

  • From the CEO: Your participation is needed to achieve our goals
  • Industry appointments
  • Nielsen to separate into two leading global companies
  • Top 6 trends for more revenue + engagement for 2020
  • Wrapping paper design contest shows off children's creativity
  • Editorial: Public shouldn't face battle to get records
  • Fairbanks (Alaska) Daily News-Miner goes live with Brainworks' Advertising and CRM solution
  • Women in Journalism Workshop

November 8, 2019

  • What happens when a newspaper is donated to its community?
  • New study reveals drivers of digital news media subscriptions
  • Local Newsroom Revenue Project open for applications
  • Idaho Statesman cuts Saturday print, launches expanded weekend editions
  • Upcoming conferences and webinars

November 5, 2019

  • McClatchy launches subscription product for political obsessives
  • People news
  • Add our jobs board to your recruiting arsenal
  • Register for Mega-Conference before rates increase Nov. 18
  • In an historic shift, The Salt Lake Tribune gets IRS approval to become a nonprofit
  • The Greenville Standard finds sponsors for weekly page for children
  • The Washington Examiner chooses Brainworks' Advertising & CRM solution

November 1, 2019

  • Does the public actually trust local news more than other institutions?
  • Price elasticity tests reveal revenue opportunities for publishers
  • Monico joins Adams Publishing Group as COO
  • New Media and Gannett name board of directors for combined company
  • Coming up from America's Newspapers ...

October 29, 2019

  • USA TODAY's digital innovation continues with launch of simplified, faster website
  • It's time to get personal with consumers, or get lost
  • People news (including new publishers)
  • Registration begins for Family Owners & Next Generation Leadership Conference, to be held in February just prior to Mega-Conference
  • To record or not to record (Randy Hines)
  • Kentucky Standard to drop Friday edition
  • Gimbals: Tips and tools (a review)
  • Great West Newspapers chooses Brainworks' new Stratica Advertising & CRM

October 25, 2019

  • Connect with America's Newspapers (email and social media)
  • Facebook launches news section
  • Fellowship aims to foster next generation of local newspaper owners
  • Report examines impact of news deserts
  • People news (industry appointments)
  • How The Buffalo News handled insider trading story about a local congressman

October 24, 2019

  • Q&A with Dean Ridings (new CEO of America's Newspapers)

October 23, 2019

  • Local News is a Public Good (download White Paper)
  • Connect with staff members and with each other
  • People news (industry appointments)
  • AlabamaNow provides readers with original and curated articles

October 18, 2019

  • Walter Hussman discusses bringing back faith in newpapers on FOX News
  • Chris Blade takes leadership at Post Bulletin
  • Webinar: Can you 'talk the talk' of digital advertising?
  • How to reengage your email subscribers
  • How eight nonprofit newsrooms increased their major gifts
  • Over half of Americans get their news from social media
  • The Smithfield Times is being sold

October 15, 2019

  • Gallery of photos from the inaugural meeting
  • People news (industry appointments)
  • Texas paper is accepting paid endorsement letters on ballot measures
  • Your reporters need to take Newsroom Eonomics 101. Here's a start
  • Gimbals for video: A tool for journalists on the move
  • Texas, Oklahoma student newspapers collaborate for epic, dual isssue
  • Boone Newspapers goes live with Brainworks CMS

October 10, 2019

Highlights from the Inaugural Meeting in Chicago:

  • Digital not-so-ready: Initial findings from the GNI Subscriptions Lab
  • Take advantage of a tool everyone already uses: Email
  • Protecting public notices and the vital information they provide

October 9, 2019

Highlights from the Inaugural Meeting in Chicago:

  • Putting challenges in perspective: Difficult doesn't mean impossible
  • Hussman encourages all newspapers to adopt a Statement of Core Values
  • Awards presented at the conference

October 8, 2019

  • America's Newspapers names newspaper association veteran Dean Ridings as its first CEO

October 7, 2019

Highlights from the Inaugural Meeting in Chicago:

  • A new champion for newspapers is born
  • In battle with digital giants, looking for 'safe harbor' in Congress
  • How the Battle of New Orleans was won
  • Small is the new big: Niche publications that are year-round revenue generators

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