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Insight for owners regarding prospective buyers, effective ownership structure, etc.

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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The Story of The News-Gazette in Lexington, Virginia

Sep 1, 2020

The Lexington-Rockbridge County area has a newspaper tradition almost as old as the town and county itself. Less than 25 years after the founding of the city of Lexington and Rockbridge County in 1777, ...

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The cost to all citizens in a community when a newspaper closes

Jul 29, 2020

According to the study, “our main finding is that newspaper closures have a significantly adverse impact on municipal borrowing costs in the long run.”

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Richardson to lead Tennessee Press

Jul 29, 2020

Daniel Richardson, publisher of the Carroll County News Leader and group publisher of the eastern division of Magic Valley Publishing Co., is the new president of the Tennessee Press Association.

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Rising star Lloyd Mullen reflects on newspaper ownership

Jul 29, 2020

For Lloyd Mullen, ink runs in his veins. He has newspapers in his DNA. As part of the Mullen family, which has been publishing newspapers for 35 years, he has devoted his life to the industry. Last spring, ...

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Mullen adds two titles to his North, South Dakota newspaper group

Jul 29, 2020

There is no better source of information about a community than its newspaper. That’s the sentiment of J. Louis Mullen, the new owner of the Emmons County Record in Linton, North Dakota, and ...

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In wake of newspaper shutdowns, start-up aims to fill gaps in community coverage

Jul 29, 2020

As of July 24, with 14 days to go before the campaign ends, 237 funders have pledged $28,376. The team still needs to raise more than $21,000 or the Kickstarter will fail. It is an all or nothing proposition. 

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Amid bad news, here’s an idea

Jul 1, 2020

A permanent solution to a temporary problem

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