The Markham family has announced the sale of the Antelope Valley Press and its companion publications to a new corporation, Antelope Valley Press Inc., led by veteran newspaper publisher Steven Malkowich.MORE
The hometown newspaper of Presteligence will utilize the My Team Scoop platform to host Friday Night Ohio's website and mobile apps.
Coverage will focus on the 2017 high school football season for more than 50 schools in Stark and surrounding counties.MORE
College football kickoff is just weeks ago, and SNPA members are eligible for special savings on top-quality, revenue-producing weekly conference preview pages that focus on the SEC, ACC and other conferences during the coming football season.
The pages are produced by GateHouse Media's Center for News and Design, a Strategic Partner for SNPA and its member newspapers.MORE
Next Tuesday, our nation celebrates the Fourth of July and the freedoms we value.
No eBulletin will be published next week, although we will be posting news to the SNPA website throughout the week.
Watch for the next issue of the eBulletin on July 11.MORE
Brainworks Software has announced that Morcor Solutions has been officially renamed Xpance Inc.
Brainworks acquired Morcor Solutions in April 2013 with the goal of combining each company's resources and talents to deliver new and innovative media software solutions to an industry undergoing rapid change. Along with the name change, Xpance has released a new version that incorporates a full suite of capabilities around digital ad creation and proofing.MORE
The Dallas Morning News has been awarded a national Edward R. Murrow Award for its breaking news coverage of last year's deadly police ambush in Dallas. The entry showcases the bravery and diligent work of the journalism team, both those in the newsroom and those on the streets when the shooting took place.MORE
Brainworks has announced a new expanded functionality to its paywall module. The Day Pass will allow media companies the flexibility of charging for their content on a daily basis while also providing non-subscribers the opportunity to consume editorial when convenient for the reader. The Post and Courier in Charleston, S.C., is the initial development partner for this new technology and has gone live with the Day Pass.MORE
Phillips Media Group has acquired the daily Sedalia (Mo.) Democrat from North Carolina-based Civitas Media.MORE
Champion Media LLC has acquired the North Carolina and South Carolina print, digital and local assets of Civitas Media LLC. The acquisition includes five daily newspapers and 17 weekly newspapers.MORE
Lee Enterprises, Incorporated has announced an agreement to purchase the assets of The Dispatch-Argus, including QCOnline.com and related publications serving Moline, Rock Island and dozens of other communities in western Illinois.MORE
It's never been more important for our industry to speak with one voice and champion the value of local news. Combining the experience and talents of the Inland Press Association and the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association will help ensure that voice remains loud and clear.
We will continue to serve the mission and constituents of these two longstanding organizations as we plot a new course for the traditional newspaper business. Not only will we continue to provide the networking and training opportunities both organizations are known for, we will tackle many of the biggest issues facing our members.
We will maintain a keen focus on the power and importance of local journalism and the myriad ways we serve our unique communities. We don't write and report for the pundits in Washington, D.C.; we write and report for the people who live and work in the areas we serve. It will become increasingly important for us to widely share that message.
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Daily newspapers continued to change hands at a brisk pace in the first half of 2019, largely driven by the sale of family-owned titles.
In total, 32 daily newspapers were sold or agreed to be sold in the first six months of the year, more than the number of dailies involved in transactions during the same period last year.More
Newsroom employment across the United States continues to decline, driven primarily by job losses at newspapers. And even though digital-native news outlets have experienced some recent growth in employment, they have added too few newsroom positions to make up for recent losses in the broader industry, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Employment Statistics survey data.More