Former Dallas Morning News downtown campus sold to local developer Ray Washburne 5/28/19

A. H. Belo Corporation has sold the former campus of The Dallas Morning News downtown for $28 million to local developer and co-owner of Highland Park Village Ray Washburne.

The purchase price is made up of $5.6 million in cash paid at the closing and a two-year, seller-financed promissory note of $22.4 million. The eight-acre campus includes two buildings that total about 325,000 square feet, plus a parking garage.

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Texas Supreme Court tosses out libel lawsuit against Dallas Morning News 5/14/19

The Texas Supreme Court has ruled in favor of The Dallas Morning News and staff writer Kevin Krause in a libel lawsuit brought by a North Texas drug-compounding business and its founders.

The state's high court unanimously reversed a judgment by a Fort Worth appeals court and said The News published stories that accurately quoted court documents and didn't report that the pharmacies were "actually guilty of anything."

The justices directed the trial court to dismiss the case and award legal fees to The News.

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Recap the news in a weekly Instagram newsletter 4/9/19

Here's a great idea for reaching your readers on Instagram:

Each week, The Dallas Morning News publishes a weekly Instagram Newsletter that recaps the week's news in images.

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Snap! Dallas Morning News photographers offer photo workshop 3/12/19

Here's a novel event idea that involves the photo department at The Dallas Morning News. Fifteen people will get lessons in an intensive food photography workshop from three members of the paper's photo staff.

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A. H. Belo Corporation announces changes to commercial printing business 3/5/19

A. H. Belo Corporation, the parent company of The Dallas Morning News, has implemented changes to its commercial printing business based out of the company's printing facility in Plano, Texas.

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Dallas Morning News taps industry veteran to lead advertising, marketing 2/24/19

The Dallas Morning News has a new head of advertising with more than 20 years of newspaper and digital media experience.

Eric J. Myers has been named president of Belo Media Group, which handles advertising and marketing services for the media properties owned by A. H. Belo Corporation, including The Dallas Morning News and digital marketing firm Belo + Company.

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A. H. Belo Corporation announces termination of agreement to sell property 12/11/18

A. H. Belo Corporation has received written notice from 508 Young Acquisition LP, an affiliate of KDC Development, LLC, exercising its right to terminate the agreement dated Oct. 29 under which 508 Young Acquisition LP contracted to acquire the former campus of The Dallas Morning News in downtown Dallas for $33 million.

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Newport News and Palestine writers awarded Carmage Walls Commentary Prize 10/11/18

The editorial staff of the Daily Press in Newport News, Va., and the editor of the Palestine (Texas) Herald-Press were awarded top honors in the competition this year for the Carmage Walls Commentary Prize, presented Thursday, Oct. 11, at the SNPA News Industry Summit.

In the over 50,000 circulation bracket, top honors went to the Daily Press Editorial Staff (Marisa Porto, publisher and editor-in-chief; C.W. Johnson, opinion editor; Robert Brauchle; Mike Holtzclaw; and David Ress).

In the under 50,000 circulation group, first place went to Jeffery Gerritt, editor, Palestine Herald-Press, Palestine, Texas.

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The Dallas Morning News names Susan Kerr vice president of print audience 6/11/18

The Dallas Morning News announces the hiring of Susan Kerr as vice president of print audience, a newly created position reporting to President and Publisher Grant Moise. In an effort to strengthen the subscription focus of the business, The Dallas Morning News tapped industry veteran, Kerr to lead those efforts.

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Veteran newspaper photographer retires from The Dallas Morning News 5/22/18

On May 1, people crowded the newsroom at The Dallas Morning News to say goodbye to friend and colleague, David Woo.

"I love you all," said Woo as he tried to contain his emotion. "I can't say enough how much I really enjoyed all of you."

From the crowd and the speeches, it was clear the feeling was mutual.

Woo spent 42 years as a photographer for The Dallas Morning News.

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