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With digital advertising on track to comprise the lion’s share of advertising dollars, programmatic advertising will continue to gain prominence in the digital media-buying space.Here are six …
Rusty Coates, MediaPost News
Carl E. Esposito has been named president of Adams Publishing Group – Tennessee/North Carolina (formerly Jones Media), adding to his responsibilities as publisher of The Daily Times in …
Coliln Campbell of the News & Oberver in Raleigh reports that reporterers for the conservative Carolina Journal (an NCPA member) said they've been prevented from covering Gov. Roy Cooper's …
Colin Campbell, News & Observer
Looking for a sample letter asking for camera access to court hearings? Look no further. NCPA General Counsel Amanda Martin of SMVT has prepared the following letter for members to …
Walter M. Wick, an inductee in the Arizona Newspaper Association Hall of Fame and Publisher Emeritus of the Sierra Vista Herald/Bisbee Daily Review, died Christmas morning at his home in …
Twenty-sixteen was the year The Washington Post came of age — again. In its audience growth, in the ambitiousness of its journalism, in its impact on the American conversation, the Post became …
New Jersey lawmakers are delaying a vote until 2017 on a bill that would no longer require government agencies to publish legal notices in newspapers, instead allowing the agencies to publish the notices on their own websites...
McClatchy, which owns the Charlotte Observer and the Raleigh News & Observer is purchasing the Durham Herald-Sun from Paxton...
Ever hear the phrase “print is dead”? Well if you check with almost 170 million Americans, they’d tell you that nothing could be farther from the truth. In fact, a recent Nielsen Scarborough study found that more than 169 million adults in the U.S. read a newspaper in a month—whether it be in print, on a website or via mobile app. In total, newspapers reach 69% of the U.S. population in a given month.
n the wake of the 2016 election, everyone from President Obama to Pope Francis has raised concerns about fake news and the potential impact on both political life and innocent individuals. Some fake news has been widely shared, and so-called “pizzagate” stories led a North Carolina man to bring a gun into a popular Washington, D.C. pizza restaurant under the impression that it was hiding a child prostitution ring.
According to a new survey by Pew Research Center,