Amarillo Globe-News to use My Team Scoop for high school sports 9/1/15

The Amarillo Globe-News will utilize Presteligence's My Team Scoop high school sports platform to post scores and schedules for 52 schools for the Northeast Texas Panhandle.

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Free monthly column available from NASA to newspapers 8/18/15

Most elementary-age children are interested in space exploration. But how often do they find information about the very latest space discoveries and space technologies written especially for them? Learn about a free monthly column available from NASA for children.

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A concept for a Public Notices page 8/18/15

By Ed Henninger

Wanna keep your legals? Want to get them more readership?

Here are 10 tips from Ed Henninger.

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Editors need to spend more time engaging with their online users 8/10/15

By David Arkin • GHnewsroom.com

It's so important that top editors are engaged with online users. I am not advocating for ditching print readers and not calling them back. But there has to be a shift where more of our attention goes to where our larger audience is. That audience needs to connect with the editor. Here are four ways editors could do that.

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Challenged by 'big projects'? Broaden your definition 8/4/15

By Jim Pumarlo

Despite your best intentions, big editorial projects can get bogged down by your everyday "must" reporting and may never materialize. Here are some ways to expand what otherwise may be routine reports.

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Erie Times-News to launch My Team Scoop for high school sports coverage 7/14/15

The Erie (Penn.) Times-News will deploy Presteligence's My Team Scoop high school sports platform for the upcoming school year. The hosted site and iOS and Droid apps will include news, scores, schedules, stats and team information for 48 area high schools.

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Outlaw funky fonts 7/14/15

By Ed Henninger

Wanna become a better designer? Right now? Start today: Never ... ever ... use a funky font again.

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How writers can do better 6/16/15

By Ed Henninger

We are in the business of bringing meaning to readers' lives. But just how do we do that?

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2015 AP Stylebook adds more than 300 new or revised entries 6/9/15

The 2015 book costs $20.95, or $16.75 for member news organizations and college bookstores. AP Stylebook Online prices are $26 for individual subscribers for one year and $16 for news organizations that are AP members. Prices for online site licenses are based on the number of users, starting at $210 for 10 users for a year. The mobile app is now free to download; users must have an active Stylebook Online account to access content.

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New study cites unethical practices by some media 5/18/15

A research study has found emerging evidence that photographs and videos featured in online newspaper articles are often presented inaccurately or used without permission. The research exposed evidence that some eyewitnesses had experienced great distress due to unethical practices by certain publications.

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