Jay Horton has been named president of WEHCO Media's digital division.
Horton will oversee the day-to-day operations, powering the company's digital media brands, as well as the Flypaper Digital Marketing Agency with offices in 10 communities.MORE
By El Dorado News-Times staff
Tia Lyons, city reporter for the El Dorado (Ark.) News-Times, was honored recently as the 2017 Walter E. Hussman Employee of the Year for WEHCO Media's Palmer Newspapers Division.MORE
Pili Linares is the new general manager of the Texarkana Gazette, parent company WEHCO Media has announced.MORE
Flypaper, WEHCO Media's local digital marketing agency, started out in cities and towns served by WEHCO properties, but it's not necessarily connected with newspapers. In fact, Flypaper has moved into an entirely new market in Nashville, Tenn., and the agency intends to keep growing.MORE
WEHCO Media has announced that Zach Ahrens will take over as general manager of Central Missouri Newspapers Inc. beginning Jan. 17.
Ahrens will oversee the day-to-day operation of the Jefferson City News Tribune, Fulton Sun and California Democrat newspapers and HER Magazine, as well as CMNI's commercial printing facility and Flypaper digital marketing agency.MORE
Local digital marketing agency, Flypaper, announced in April that it has surpassed 500 active customers throughout its seven locations in Arkansas, Tennessee, Missouri, Texas and Oklahoma.MORE
Like other mainstream newspapers, the Hope Star and the Times Free Press in Chattanooga hold fast to protocols that guard against the publication of fake news. Some require a minimum of three named sources for every story. Others forbid unnamed sources. Period.
With the introduction of "fake news" and "alternative facts" into the nation's lexicon, those reporting guidelines are what distinguish these newspapers from news outlets that operate without them.
From Alaska to Pennsylvania and all points in between, reputable newspapers strive to eschew fast and first to deliver only facts.MORE
Jeff DeLoach, a 56-year-old native of Jackson, Tenn., has been named president of the Chattanooga (Tenn.) Times Free Press.
He succeeds Bruce Hartmann, who has taken a job with the University of Tennessee Medical Center.MORE
Terri Leifeste is the Texarkana Gazette's new general manager, parent company WEHCO Media Inc. has announced.
Leifeste assumes responsibility for the Gazette's day-to-day operations and will relocate from Jefferson City, Mo., to Texarkana.MORE
From the purchase of the Arkansas Democrat through the newspaper war with the Arkansas Gazette and later the merger of the two Little Rock newspapers, Allen Berry was at the side of Walter E. Hussman Jr., making the financials work as WEHCO Media's chief financial officer.
Berry, 72, died last Wednesday in Germantown, Tenn, where he had moved with his wife Cathy, after he retired from WEHCO Media, Inc. after 37 years.MORE
Digital disruption is now decades old to both the music and the newspaper industry. Massive shifts in platforms and business models have forced publishers and content creators to take new paths and learn some important lessons along the way.
At the upcoming SNPA News Industry Summit, join industry veteran Carol Hudler as she interviews Mark Montgomery, a music industry verteran and serial entrepreneur to understand how the lessons learned and paths taken in the music industry might provide insights that could help local media operations today.More
Recruiting and retaining great sales representatives is a key concern for most newspapers. The closing session at the SNPA News Industry Summit is a don't miss for any paper that wants to improve its sales numbers.
On Friday, Oct. 12, Tom Black, owner and founder of the Tom Black Center for Excellence, will focus on the characteristics of a great salesperson, a great manager and a great company. Participants can expect to take away a set of principles that they can implment in themselves and their companies.
You'll hear ideas that built several billion-dollar sales organizations, from a man who has taken two companies from zero to public companies.More