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The Duke Reporters’ Lab is joining McClatchy Carolinas and the UNC Reese News Lab in an ambitious project to expand non-partisan fact-checking throughout North Carolina. With a $50,000 grant … more
Today, the U.S. Department of Commerce (Commerce) announced its affirmative final determination on countervailing duties (CVD) and antidumping duties (AD) on imports of uncoated groundwood paper from … more
Working journalists are invited to apply for fellowships to attend Media Law School 2018, to be held Sept. 19-22 in Columbia, South Carolina at the University of South Carolina. Media Law School … more
With a single vote, North Carolina’s U.S. senators can help stop a trade war in its tracks, preserve American jobs and prevent government from taking an unseemly swipe at the media watchdogs that … more
Publishers and other newspaper executives know more than anyone about the impact of newsprint tariffs on your newspaper's ability to provide news and information to your local community.  You … more
From 1990 to 2016, the number of newspaper employees in the United States dropped from from 456,300 to about 183,000, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Those numbers understate the decline … more
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Newspaper publishers across the U.S. already strapped by years of declining revenue say they're dealing with an existential threat: Recently imposed tariffs on Canadian newsprint … more
Nazareth, PA (April 10, 2018) – SCS is pleased to announce that Times-Shamrock Creative Services (TSCS), of Scranton, PA, has replaced its legacy ad tracking system with SCS/Track. The project went … more
This year marks the beginning of a much anticipated celebration of the Supreme Court of North Carolina. The Supreme Court will turn 200 next year, and we are pleased to commemorate this … more
The preliminary duties, which were assessed by the Department of Commerce in January and March, are the result of a petition filed by North Pacific Paper Company. "The STOPP coalition is concerned … more
The Town of Zebulon is getting back something it lost several years ago – a local newspaper focused on Zebulon and the surrounding communities.The Zebulon Times is a subscription based weekly … more
The NC Media and Journalism Hall of Fame will induct Don Curtis, Lisa R. Davis, Rick French, Ken Lowe and John Sweeney on Friday, April 13, 2018. Founded and administered by the UNC School of … more
Paxton Media Group announced Tuesday the purchase of The Daily Herald from Wick Communications.Paxton Media, a family-owned company headquartered in Paducah, Kentucky, owns more than 35 daily … more
Wilson Times Editorial Investigative reporter Carl Bernstein learned journalism fundamentals at his high school newspaper. But today’s teenage scribes are more likely to learn lessons in … more
Locally operated for more than a decade, the Roanoke Beacon is again locally owned. Maypo Media LLC, consisting of longtime editor and publisher Mary Wayt and her husband, Mark, took over … more
Outer Banks Newsmedia, LLC, a new North Carolina affiliate of Boone Newspapers, Inc., (BNI) of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, has completed its purchase of The Coastland Times from Times Printing Co. and its … more
Guilford County commissioners pushed to January a public hearing on whether to take over publishing public notices, responding to the request of local newspaper publishers who wanted more time to … more
Albemarle Newsmedia, LLC, a new North Carolina entity owned by Boone Newspapers, Inc. (BNI) and Carpenter Newsmedia, LLC (CNL), has purchased the Stanly News & Press from Community Newspaper … more
The sale of the Courier-Times has been announced by Brinn Clayton, president of the Courier-Times Incorporated. The sale to the Daily Record of Dunn, NC was finalized Wednesday, Nov. 1 at the … more
MINNEAPOLIS — Adams Publishing Group announced that it is acquiring a Mount Airy, NC group of publications and associated websites from Champion Media, effective November 1, 2017. Mount Airy … more
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