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Lately I’ve been thinking about the well known television campaign for Wrangler jeans. This was the one with the tagline that was spoken as it appeared on the screen: “Real. Comfortable. … more
National Newspaper Association today delivered letters from more than 200 newspaper titles to the Postal Regulatory Commission, complaining about inadequate mail delivery and escalating postage … more
MORGANTON, NC (May 6, 2024) – Barbara Wetsig-Lynam, a leader in designing and executing philanthropic partnerships globally, has been named Executive Director of the newly formed Western North … more
My wife and I have family friends who told us about their boating experiences in northern Virginia. They had a pontoon boat which was docked at a local lake. During the cold months, they used a … more
When I recently heard about a major news event in an area where I have friends, I instinctively called up the website of the local newspaper. What I found was unfortunately all too common – … more
We’ve all heard challenges described as puzzles. With that in mind, let’s take a look at a real puzzle and see how it relates to the particular challenges of creating advertising. Jigsaw … more
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—March 25, 2024   Three years of planning and effort by the National Newspaper Association and its partners resulted this weekend in an emphatic recognition by … more
Sunshine Week is a nonpartisan collaboration among groups in the journalism, civic, education, government and private sectors that shines a light on the importance of public records and open … more
Jim, who used to work with a local volunteer fire department, told me about the technique they used to keep everyone on the right roads to arrive at fire sites. “It was in the days before … more
It’s become conventional wisdom that the advertising-based business model of newspapers has failed. But that is not true in many small communities, which could become the nuclei of a national … more
Anthony is a veteran ad salesperson with a common sense philosophy. “You’ve got to have a parachute,” he told me. “When you’re in the middle of a presentation, and you … more
The International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors (ISWNE) is accepting entries for its annual Golden Quill editorial writing contest. Deadline is Feb. 1, 2024. Entries should reflect the purpose … more
Erik Wemple’s coverage of the Scranton, Pa., newspaper’s sale reflected a daily newspaper journalist’s take on the newspaper world [“ Could the local news crisis get any … more
The  Joseph L. Brechner Freedom of Information Project  at the  University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications  will educate Americans about the right to public … more
Contact: Belinda Williams Release Date: December 11, 2023 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Joseph L. Brechner Freedom of Information Project will lead Sunshine Week; NLA … more
Journalist Philip Meyer, who developed ground-breaking computer-assisted reporting methods during his Nieman Fellowship at Harvard University,  died from complications of Parkinson’s … more
Press Release | Boone Newsmedia and Carpenter Newsmedia Boone Newsmedia, Inc [BNI], and Carpenter Newsmedia, LLC [CNL], which have jointly owned and managed newspapers for the past two decades, … more
Had you sent an email to the NC Press Legal Hotline ( ) inquiring about the applicability of the attorney-client privilege to public documents under the public records law prior … more
The  Supreme Court  on Monday rejected North Carolina’s appeal in a dispute with animal rights groups over a law aimed at preventing undercover employees at farms and other workplaces … more
North Carolina’s appellate courts have been relatively active in the open government and libel space in recent months.  The open government outcomes have been favorable, but in an odd move … more
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