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Press Release | New ProImage America, Inc. | 6/29/2015
Morris Printing Services will use ProImage’s NewsWay workflow solutions in all of their print facilities.
Michael Cavna | The Washington Post | 6/29/2015
AND WITH the satiric point of his pen, George Danby has fired back.
Al Tompkins | Poynter | 6/29/2015
Greece’s debt crisis most likely touched your retirement and investment accounts today as markets tumble on news that Greece will likely default on a loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Greek banks are closed and the country of 11 million people has become a global focal point, again.
Dylan Byers | Politico | 6/29/2015
Following Friday's landmark Supreme Court ruling in favor of same-sex marriages, three news organizations -- BuzzFeed, Huffington Post and Mashable -- changed their Twitter avatars to feature the rainbow flag, a symbol of pride in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
Margaret Sullivan | New York Times | 6/29/2015
WRITING books must be in the DNA of Times journalists.
Mark Sweney | The Guardian | 6/29/2015
James Murdoch has said that he and his elder brother Lachlan are “eye to eye” on the running of 21st Century Fox, in his first interview since his father Rupert announced he was handing over control of his empire earlier this month.
Dan Kennedy | Media Nation | 6/29/2015
The venerable Berkshire Eagle of Pittsfield, founded in the 1890s and winner of the 1973 Pulitzer Prize for editorial writing, recently published a racist column by a “conservative activist” named Steven Nikitas.
Mark Sweney | The Guardian | 6/29/2015

Sir Martin Sorrell has cited the BBC, the New York Times and the Guardian as examples of traditional media with a “stuffy” attitude to content that is not resonating with younger digital news fans gravitating to sites such as Vice News.

 

Kelsey Sutton | Capital New York | 6/29/2015
Ed Litvak and Traven Rice pay attention to small businesses in their neighborhood.
Besta Shankar | IBT | 6/29/2015
As part of its global restructuring, The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) is trimming down its India operations and eventually close its India edition, according to a media report.
Joel Mathis | Philadelphia | 6/29/2015
With the future of Philly’s two major daily newspapers at stake and the clock ticking down toward a likely work stoppage, both sides on Friday gave a little something to get something.
Rick Edmonds | Poynter | 6/29/2015
Retaining the Gannett name, the spin off company has well defined plans for digital transformation and for expansion by acquisition.
Press Release | Pulitzer | 6/29/2015
The four signature events will take place in Florida, California, Texas and Massachusetts.