The high-stakes chess game for control of the Southern California newspaper landscape.
By engaging with their audiences, papers are not only generating new revenue, but goodwill, as well.
Creating successful targeted digital ad campaigns comes down to audience data.
Publishers share what they learned in 2013 and what they hope to accomplish in the new year.
Ball State journalism students will again cover an Olympic Games—with or without press credentials.
Philip Hersh has seen it all in his long career of covering the Games.
The Olympics present a coverage challenge unlike any other in these times of tight budgets, limited resources and emphasis on instantaneous, digital delivery.
Inland Press Association teams with Mather Economics to produce an updated, more complete tool for newspaper benchmarking.
Consumer habits, publishing beyond print and economic pressures force the evolution of the newspaper ad-sales model—changing not only what’s being sold, but how it’s sold.
Meet the people, topics and brands that will drive the news in 2014.
Malicious attacks have occurred and will continue to occur, but there are ways to help protect your website.
New architecture and upgrades make for quicker, more efficient processing.
Newspapers restructure and refine roles to keep up with the fast-changing landscape.