Features

Gretchen A. Peck | 4/11/2014
Having learned some valuable lessons from website development, newspapers are quickly and smartly moving into mobile media.
Nu Yang and Ed Zintel | 4/4/2014
The next generation shows newspapers are in good hands.
Gretchen A. Peck | 3/14/2014
Investment in talented marketing minds transforms newspaper circulation.
Matt Coker | 3/7/2014
The high-stakes chess game for control of the Southern California newspaper landscape.
Ed Zintel and Nu Yang | 3/5/2014
By engaging with their audiences, papers are not only generating new revenue, but goodwill, as well.
Gretchen A. Peck | 2/14/2014
Creating successful targeted digital ad campaigns comes down to audience data.
Nu Yang | 2/7/2014
Publishers share what they learned in 2013 and what they hope to accomplish in the new year.
Elliott Almond | 2/5/2014
Ball State journalism students will again cover an Olympic Games—with or without press credentials.
Elliott Almond | 2/4/2014
Philip Hersh has seen it all in his long career of covering the Games.
Elliott Almond | 2/3/2014
The Olympics present a coverage challenge unlike any other in these times of tight budgets, limited resources and emphasis on instantaneous, digital delivery.
Ellen Sterling | 1/24/2014
Inland Press Association teams with Mather Economics to produce an updated, more complete tool for newspaper benchmarking.
Gretchen A. Peck | 1/17/2014
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.
Nu Yang | 1/10/2014
Meet the people, topics and brands that will drive the news in 2014.
Ken Doctor | Nieman Journalism Lab | 4/18/2014
New Haven Register Names New Publisher
digitalfirstmedia.com | 4/17/2014
Press Release | Freedom Communications | 4/23/2014
Jim Romenesko | jimromenesko.com | 4/23/2014
Roy Greenslade | The Guardian | 4/23/2014