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Free, but not free

Sep 1, 2020

That’s because there has to be such a thing as a free press. If we did not have a free press, we would not have a free country. If we did not have an institution dedicated to employing and defending ...

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With only $400 in the bank, new owner brings a small-town Minnesota newspaper back from the dead

Sep 1, 2020

Pam Bluhm started working at the Chatfield News 40 years ago, barely out of high school, thinking it would be all right until something better came along. Something better never did come along. And now ...

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If you produce good journalism, you can get direct contributions from readers

Sep 1, 2020

A new maxim — or is it a mandate? — of the newspaper business is “Get more revenue from your audience.” But that doesn’t have to come entirely in the form of higher subscription ...

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On being useful

Sep 1, 2020

In my production plant in Janesville, Wisconsin, the word “November” is always spoken with a certain hushed tone. It’s one that implies the stress of a peak season, where our time and ...

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NNA virtual conference leads newspaper industry

Sep 1, 2020

The COVID shutdown has accelerated many of the trends we’ve witnessed in the newspaper industry for the last 20 years. Let’s break down each of these trends and highlight the NNA flash sessions ...

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We fact-check because we want to find the truth

Sep 1, 2020

A few days ago, a former elementary school classmate of mine shared a viral post on Facebook about how Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden was going to raise taxes for middle income families by 25%.  I ...

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Statement of ownership filing due for October deadline

Sep 1, 2020

To expedite the process, this year, USPS is encouraging PS 3526 submissions online using the Business Customer Gateway.   

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Publishers remain resilient

Sep 1, 2020

If you think weekly newspapers believe digital dollars are their meal ticket, think again. Revenue still rests largely with print advertising. Even during a pandemic. And don’t get any wrong ideas. ...

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Start talking now to advertisers about HR 7640

Sep 1, 2020

If signed in to law, HR 7640: gives taxpayers up to $250 a year in tax credits to pay for their local newspaper subscriptions;  aids salary support for journalists, 50% of salaries in the first ...

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