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Lori told me about some simple techniques she uses in advertising presentations. “Once the other person mentions a problem,” she said, “it’s important to slow down and show … more
Following 18 months of work, NCPA's Operations Committee, chaired by NCPA past president Regina Howard-Glaspie of The Times-News, Burlington, will bring forward proposed changes to NCPA's bylaws for … more
The members of NCPA will convene in Raleigh March 20-22 at the Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley. (Site of the 2018 convention which held record crowds.) NCPA continues a tradition of offering free … more
The 2019 NCPA contest is now open. Deadline for all entries is Nov 14 midnight. Although you may have participated in the past, all newspapers must re-register on the contest website. The code is … more
A memorial service for The News Reporter publisher Jim High, 85, who died Jan. 2, is set for Saturday, Jan. 12, 2 p.m., at Whiteville United Methodist Church. High was publisher for 61 years and is a … more
MAKING SENSE OF WHAT LOOKS LIKE NONSENSE Having trouble making sense of the constitutional amendments that will appear on the ballot this November? I am, and I’m a lawyer! As … more
We have lost a few Titans of our local newspaper family over the past several months. The news of Jim High passing this week was met with great sadness but also admiration and inspiration when … more
NCPA loves newspapers ... and in honor of #NationalPizzaDay we've sent a power lunch to the team at the Morganton News Herald.  Keep up the good work! more
This year we mark the 77th anniversary of National Newspaper Week (NNW), October 1-7. The annual observance celebrates and emphasizes the impact of newspapers to communities large and small all … more
SALISBURY, N.C. (AP) — Amid rising costs associated with new tariffs, a North Carolina community newspaper has announced a reduction in its print schedule.The Salisbury Post will print five … more
In recent columns, I’ve listed text typefaces to toss and text typefaces I recommend. Does it matter? Is the right text typeface—used in the right way— really that important? Yes. It. … more
In early August 2016, the Durham VOICE, a community newspaper written by teens, and Partners for Youth Opportunity, the nonprofit that runs the newspaper, teamed with the Ocracoke Observer to bring … more
To the media covering the 9th U.S. House District election:I know many of you personally. As a television reporter so many years ago, I covered stories with you. I have broken bread with you. As one … more
COURT ORDERS RELEASE OF POLICE VIDEO If a picture is worth a thousand words, a video must be worth a million. Until a year ago, though, the law with regard to law enforcement videos was … more
Durwood Glandys Canaday, age 67, died Sunday, December 9, 2018 at the SECU Hospice House in Smithfield. Funeral Service will be 6:00 PM Wednesday, December 12, 2018 at Rose & Graham Funeral … more
It’s standard procedure at newspapers to chronicle the year. Headlines typically include the passing of noteworthy individuals; the success, or maybe failure, of a civic project; milestones in … more
BOONE, N.C. — Associate professor of advertising Dr. Shanshan Lou broadens the global perspective in Appalachian State University’s Department of Communication. She is considered an expert on … more
Are you ready for some awards?   Let's do this!     Once again it is time for one of the biggest newspaper contests in the country - and the best if you ask us. Definitely … more
Last February, NCPAFCU announced the much-anticipated launch of mobile payments for NCPAFCU debit and credit cardholders. Since that time,many of you have enjoyed the simplicity of ApplePay™, … more
Newspaper families are the backbone of the Fourth Estate. They are the soul of press associations. There are many great newspaper families in North Carolina, some go above and beyond to support their … more
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