Baltimore Sun will embed the My Team Scoop widgets to display a massive score board where users can see scores from all games within its eight-county coverage area. For more detailed coverage of the events, users will link to the hosted My Team Scoop site.MORE
Meet Arrow, the third Greenville News newshound, who joined reporters in the paper's newsroom last Monday afternoon.
Arrow is a male Jack Russell mix who is at least two years old. He has been at Greenville County Animal Care on Furman Hall Road since mid-June.
Readers can follow him on Twitter @NewshoundGVL.
Arrow follows on the heels of Whirly and Scoop, both of whom were adopted by Upstate residents after spending three days in the paper's newsroom.
This is the third dog that The Greenville News' newsroom has fostered this yearMORE
Green Shoot Media has released its new lineup of holiday sections for 2015, offering newspapers a wide range of solutions to boost their revenue this Christmas season.MORE
The Seigenthaler-Sutherland Cup National First Amendment Moot Court Competition will debut in March 2016, the Newseum Institute and the Columbus School of Law at The Catholic University of America have announced.
The annual competition will be sponsored by the Newseum Institute's First Amendment Center and the Columbus School of Law. The innovative combined program will feature a competition problem linked to a cutting-edge contemporary First Amendment issue.MORE
Content That Works has released its annual holiday magazine "Holiday Entertaining." It is the first of four magazines that are released by CTW every year to share positive stories and promote the endless revenue opportunities that arise during the holiday season.MORE
After 53 years of publishing The State Journal, Dix Communications has announced that the company will sell the newspaper to Boone Newspapers, Inc.
State Journal Publisher Ann Dix Maenza told The State Journal staff, some with 30 or more years at the publication, that Dix Communications would sell The State Journal and several other properties to focus on the company's Ohio properties.MORE
The AP Top 25, the longest-running college football poll of its kind, will release its much-awaited preseason edition on Sunday, Aug. 23.MORE
GateHouse Media's Center for News and Design will provide customers a 15-week series of paginated pages focused on capsules and highlights for three major conferences – the Big 10, SEC and Big 12, plus a paginated page focusing on Ohio State.MORE
The New Orleans (La.) Advocate and the Acadiana Advocate (Lafayette, La.) have applied for membership in SNPA.
Dan Shea is publisher of both newspapers, along with The Advocate of Baton Rouge.MORE
The Richmond Christmas Mother Fund seeks to support nonprofits that provide assistance to clients in need, with a special focus on services related to the holiday season. These services include, but are not limited to: food/holiday meals, toys, gifts, clothing and transportation related to participation in holiday events and celebrations.MORE
One newspaper and three companies that do business with newspapers have become the latest new members of SNPA.More
One newspaper and three companies that do business with newspapers have applied for membership in SNPA.More